NEC today unveiled its brand new Netbook, the LifeTouch Note. Launched in Japan, the LifeTouch Note comes with Android 2.2 and runs on NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 Processor. It is available in three different versions with a WiFi, 3G and 8GB of internal memory version as well as a WiFi only version and finally a WiFi only model that only comes with 4GB of memory.
All models come with a 7? resistive touchscreen with 800×480 resolution, GPS, accelerometer, an SD and SDHC card slot and a 2Mpix camera. The netbook weighs 699g for its WiFi only version and should give you enough juice for nine hours of fun.
The price tag should range from 40,000 Yen for the 4GB and WiFi model, 45,000 Yen for the 8GB WiFi one and 45,000 Yen for the 8GB 3G+WiFi version.