The NEC tablets will be Wi-Fi, 3G, and Bluetooth enabled, and will come equipped with a camera and an SD card slot. Both tablets will also feature a stylus for input via the tablets’ touchscreens.
Also featured at the show will be the company’s Personal Products’ Mobile Notebook, its cloud-based Home Gateway Solution, and andronavi, its Android application marketplace. The Home Gateway Solution is designed for cloud access from home for wireless printing and media/file sharing, while the andronavi marketplace is to include “Japanese content including Manga and Japan related photography.”
TabletPCReview’s Jamison Cush will be meeting with NEC representatives at CES, so keep an eye out for updates and impressions on NEC’s Android-based tablets and services.
For all the latest updates about desktops, notebooks, smartphones, digital cameras, tablets, and printers at CES 2011, check out the TechnologyGuide CES news page.