NEC’s dual-screen LifeTouch W tablet shipping in Japan this June and this new tablet is powered by an ARM Cortex A8 CPU, comes with 384MB Of RAM, 1GB of ROM, Wi-Fi, USB, SDHC, Bluetooth and comes with two 7-inch SVGA touchscreen……..
NEC is looking to bring the dual-screen madness to Android tablets with its LifeTouch W and runing Android 2.2, the LifeTouch W boasts two 7-inch SVGA resistive touchscreen displays for a combined resolution of 1600 x 1400.This tablet will be coming next month June 2011 for Japan residents is taking a stab at dual-touchscreen tablet computing. When the LifeTouch W goes on sale NEC is expected to price it affordably with a no-frills design blended with budget internal hardware. The NEC LifeTouch W will feature dual 7-inch 800 x 600 resistive touch screens, a single-core ARM Cortex-A8 based SoC, 384MB of RAM, 1GB of built-in flash storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless support, a USB port, and SDHC memory card slot. NEC didn’t announce how they planned to price the LifeTouch W in Japan. Keep in mind that this tablet with its resistive touch screens will offer a better experience if you use a stylus pen for interaction with the tablet, resistive screens aren’t the most precise when using finger tips.
- Android 2.2 (with access to the Android Market)
- two LCD TFT 7-inch screens with 600×800 resolution
- CPU: ARM Cortex A8/Mobile DDR 384MB/ROM 1024MB
- IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
- 3MP camera
- ports: USB 2.0, USB 2.0 microB, SDHC
- GPS module
- 5 hours battery life
- stylus pen in the box
- size: 135×208×23mm, weight: 530g