NEC Life Touch Note Netbook
After releasing the Life Touch tablet in 2010, this is a similarly specced machine, but with a full qwerty keyboard, as well as the 7'' resistive touch screen, the machine runs off the Nvidia Tegra Dual Core processor.
The machine has a 9 hour battery life, a 2MP lid mounted camera, GPS, and support for SDHC cards, and an accelerometer.
The Life Touch was available in three specifications, the high end model had Wi Fi, 3G, and *GB internal storage. The mid range had all the features except for 3G, the low end model reduced the internal memory to 4GB. The operating stystem was Android 2.2 Froyo., and included support for Android Market.
The netbook was not released outside of Japan, and the cost started at 40,000 Yen.
Our machine was donated by the kind generosity of Johnny Blanchard
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