NEC intends to fully support the Google Android platform with their latest release which comes in the form of the LifeTouch Note netbook, where it will be powered bt Android 2.2 Froyo while running on NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 mobile processor (aka Tegra 2). Available in three flavors, you can choose from the high end model with Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity as well as 8GB of internal memory, while a Wi-Fi only version is also available, and last but not least, a Wi-Fi only version with half the memory. All three models will sport a 7″ LED backlight resistive touchscreen display though at 800 × 480 resolution, GPS support, an accelerometer, an SD and SDHC memory card slot and a 2-megapixel camera. We can’t wait to install Angry Birds on this…

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