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NEC LifeTouch Android tablet “cloud communicator” revealed

NEC LifeTouch Android tablet “cloud communicator” revealed

It's been a long time since NEC promised a cloud-centric tablet - over 12 months ago, in fact - but the NEC LifeTouch is finally near. A 7-inch WVGA touchscreen slate running Android 2.1 (it's described as "pen operable" so we're guessing NEC is using a resistive touchscreen), the LifeTouch is targeted at Japanese corporate customers who will use the tablet as a mobile email, shopping, communications and systems-monitoring device.

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NEC unveils LifeTouch L for individuals and for business

NEC unveils LifeTouch L for individuals and for business

NEC has unveiled a pair of new Android tablets both carrying the LifeTouch L name. One of the tablets is aimed at individuals with other aimed at business users. There are two versions of the tablet for individuals with one packing 32 GB of storage and the other featuring 16 GB of storage. The tablets for individuals will release on July 5.

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NEC Dual-Screen Cloud Communicator Tablet & New Marketplace to be Shown off at CES 2011

NEC Dual-Screen Cloud Communicator Tablet & New Marketplace to be Shown off at CES 2011

The CES 2011 announcements seem to be popping up quite a bit today. With Motorola going on the offensive with their tablet desires, we now have NEC announcing that not only will they be showing up at next year's CES, but that they'll be bringing with them quite a few toys. Besides the mention of a "new Android application marketplace," one of the bigger mentions is the dual-LCD-screen Android tablet.

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NEC Smartia gives Cloud Communicator tablet an expensive consumer focus

NEC Smartia gives Cloud Communicator tablet an expensive consumer focus

NEC's tablet plans have crossed over into their consumer line-up, with the 7-inch Cloud Communicator getting a rebrand as the NEC Smartia. Specifications for the Smartia are unchanged - you still get Android 2.1 on a WVGA resistive touchscreen, for instance - but the UI has been tweaked and there's the Andronavi app store. Unfortunately, NEC is being rather too ambitious with their pricing.

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The Daily Slash: December 17 2010

The Daily Slash: December 17 2010

Behold! TRON: LEGACY in a full review by Philip! Don't like new movies? Perhaps you'd care for an Utterly Odd Assortment of Star Wars Props up for auction now? Eyeballs included! Oh dear! Did you not buy all your Christmas gifts yet? Have Avi Greengart help you out with a Last Minute, Non-Obvious Holiday Gift Guide! Or maybe you're all done and just want to World of Warcraft: Cataclysm free for ten days? Maybe you're a winner of a SlashGear Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z and you don't even know it! Nexus S in your pocket? Maybe you'd like some Optimized Kernel Voodoo? All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 17 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 17 2010

Take a trip on the root train with Nexus S, emulate your way back into the greatest system ever SEGA Dreamcast - on Android, see Google aspire for a musical future, and translate foreign text in real time with Word Lens for iPhoto! Then just incase you missed it last night, take a peek at this first look at the L1v2 Laser Pico Handheld Projector with none other than your humble narrator, and get your first taste of TRON: LEGACY with a full review by Philip! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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