7-, 9-, or 10-inch tablets are out: NEC Japan today announced the so-called X-info Table [JP], a 52-inch “tablet” (NEC does use this term to market the device) with full HD resolution. Much like similar devices, the idea is to make it simple for multiple users to view and alter content shown on the screen at the same time.
NEC says that the X-info Table supports up to ten touch points simultaneously.
Technically, the tablet features
- Core i7 CPU
- Windows 7 OS
- 6GB memory
- set of peakers
- three USB ports
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- GIS support
- TransferJet support
- sub-display support (up to four screens at the same time)
- scanning function
- size: 1,600x900x1,000mm, weight: 160kg
NEC plans to start selling the X-info table in Japan from February with an open price model.