The Mobile Web Congress 2011 in Barcelona Spain, has seen some interesting launches and one of those comes from the Japan based firm NEC, they have launched the Lifetouch Note. This netbook comes with a seven inch LED back lit resistive touchscreen with 800 × 480 pixel resolution, powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 250 mobile processor and will be running Goole’s Android 2.2 operating system. The Lifetouch Note weighs just 699 grams which is the around the same as the Apple iPad.
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This is neat little device, that has a full keyboard but no track pad or mouse buttons. It does have a seven inch WVGA resistive LCD touch display and is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform. This version is seen running the Android 2.2 aka Froyo operating system.
Other features include an SD card slot, micro USB port, built in webcam, built-in Wi-Fi and it weighs in at only 600 grams, t
Netbooks for a long time were considered to be the underclass in the portable computing market, but advances in technology has mean that the makers of these lightweight machines have been able to the consumer more choice and better performance, but still offers the compact size of a netbook.
One such example is the LaVie Light BL550 netbook from NEC it is one of the first machines to come with the latest dual core Atom processor installed. It makes a lot of difference to the performance of the netbook as well as to the price of the machine.
For announcement from a large Japanese corporation such as NEC this one is not too spectacular but for consumers in the market for a new netbook made from NEC, it may be slightly interesting.
The NEC LaVie Light is WiMax enabled device that has had some of its spec changed only slightly in order to match the others on the market, the only problem is that the computer does not appear to be in line when it comes to price.
Some of the features and specs you can get with the NEC LaVie Light netbook:
Atom N470 (1.83Ghz), 2GB of RAM, 320GB of HDD, a 10.1 WXGA LED backlight mo
Updating a current netbook or laptop requires the firm to make some effort in creating a new image, this is what NEC has done with the LaVie Light well in fact the main change is the screen resolution of 1366 x 768.
These are nice netbooks, but with a few versions coming with some different specs then we can only assume that there is going to be a wide price range.
Features – the older NEC LaVie 10.1” display used to come with a 1024 × 600 resolution but after some tweaking it now offers 1366 × 768, it comes with the new Intel ATOM CPU, the N450 (1.66GHz), with 2GB