Hikari iFrame from NTT - Tablet PC based on Android in Japanese

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Japanese telecommunications company NTT has announced a new Tablet PC Hikari iFrame, working on the software platform Android. The device is equipped with a 7-inch touch screen and is positioned as a digital photo frame and at the same time as an Internet tablet. Access to the Internet with Hikari iFrame is made using the Wi-Fi module, and various widgets to allow its owner to check the weather, news, and even recipes.

Tablet PC Hikari iFrame is equipped with a memory card slot for SD, speaker, USB port and built-in battery, though battery life manufacturer not specified. It is expected that this planshetnik will be popular among young Japanese women, and its release in the Land of the Rising Sun may be held in the period from April to September next year. Cost Tablet PC Hikari iFrame will be from 220 to 330 dollars. At the same time NTT claims that the use Android operating system will reduce the cost of the device by approximately 20 - 30 percent.