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.
There will be three different models the first one comes with Wi-Fi, 3G and 8GB of internal memory, then there is a Wi-Fi only model, and finally a model with Wi-Fi and 4GB of internal memory
These are features and specs for the NEC Lifetouch Note netbook;
It comes with a 7 inch LED backlit resistive touchscreen (800 × 480), GPS, accelerometer, SD and SDHC card slots and a 2MP webcam.
There are no details as to the launch date or price tag at the moment.
Source [Eee PC]