MGX: NEC Shows 9.9MM Thin, Android-Based Notebook Prototype

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NEC is working on an super-thin notebook that’s powered by Android (version unknown) and that’s just 9.9mm thick. The so-called MGX (an internal code-name, “MG” stands for “mobile gear”) is currently just a prototype, but it looks pretty slick.

In its current form, the device is 215mm long, 109mm wide, and weighs 350g. It features a 7-inch OLED touch display with 1,024×600 resolution, HSUPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, and 10 hours of battery life.

The MGX could be commercialized around 2013, according to the company.

Via PC Watch [JP]