To compete in the market that has already been defined by the iPad, Android tablets need something special and unique to differentiate them. It seems Dual Display makes Sense for it.
Dual-display devices have become a sort of pet project for notebooks and tablet makers, and it appears that NEC intends to experiment with this concept, possibly by building upon another tablet. NEC’s tablet will be part of the company’s newly minted LifeTouch brand, and will have two identically sized 7-inch screen. Each will operate independently of the other.
The computer will also pack Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G cellular networking.But The report doen’t mention anything concrete as far as the rest of the hardware goes, or about the software for that matter, except that Android will be present. At present there is no way of knowing what version of the operating system will be featured on the tablet there is no way of knowing what version of the operating system will be featured on the tablet
NEC isn’t offering the LifeTouch directly to consumers in Japan. Instead, it’s hoping service providers will offer it to consumers bundled with an online service. A publisher might, for example, offer it bundled with an e-book service to users. NEC said it also sees potential uses in the healthcare and logistics industries.
Either way, since an actual demo of the product is going to be done at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show, those interested can find solace in the fact that they won’t have to wait too long for the details.