By >Akihabara News Team
NTT’s Android tablet, the Hikari iFrame
NTT, one of Japan’s main mobile provider, has released its very own tablet, the Hikari iFrame, which we talked about last year. This little Android 2.1 device features: a 7-inch touchscreen (800×480), Wi-Fi IEEE802.11b/g, USB port, SD card slot, internal speakers, and digital picture frame/alarm clock function functions. It’s worth mentioning that while users will have access to 50 apps and paid iFrame specific content ($2.50 monthly), they also won’t be able to download any third-party apps from Android Market (Personally, that’s an instant deal-breaker).
It measures 21×199×18mm for 430g. Available November 25 for $290 or $3.80/month (rental).