NEC Lifetouch is a tablet that we encountered during the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona. The device comes with an essential aesthetic and practical, leaving aside the frills to make way for elegant and refined lines. The weight is also quite small and allowing free use and portability like no other. Based on an ARM Cortex A8 processor, this device features a touch-sensitive display from 7 inches in a position to return the pictures to a native resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
NEC Lifetouch is a very compact solution that offers several buttons in the front including the classic ones that are used to control the main functions of Google’s Android operating system, version 2.1. The color is white, at least the model we have observed. This particular pad has four buttons with some located on the left of the device, next to the display.
NEC Lifetouch offers a Bluetooth 2.1 module for exchanging data with compatible devices, and WiFi to hook a wireless network. There’s also a built-in GPS receiver and a camera with 3 megapixel sensor. The accelerometer also provides the natural rotation of the image when you change the orientation of the device.
Although this solution seems to be particularly suitable for the professional sector, the operating system has been enhanced with various software that may be useful to a consumer clientele. However, as usual, Android keeps the characteristics of strong personalization that made famous in time.