• Technology:
  • Refresh rate: Hz
  • Touch sensor:
  • Size: inches
  • Resolution: px


  • Photo: MP
  • Video:
  • Image Stabilisation:
  • Aperture: n/a
  • Wide-angle: no

Operating system

  • OS:
  • Release:
  • Latest: —

Processor & memory

  • CPU: ()
  • Cores: x
  • RAM:
  • ROM:
  • microSD:


  • Waterproof: no
  • Dustproof: no
  • Shockproof: no

Sharp certainly know how to court their Japanese audience. In May 2010 they released the next of the NetWalker series, the PC-T1, which, in contrast to the PC-Z1, is a real tablet.

The new NetWalker runs Ubuntu Linux 9.04, backed by a Freescale Semiconductor i.MX515 processor at 800 Mhz and 512 MB RAM. Onboard flash memory is 8GB, expandable via SDHC cards.

The NetWalker PC-T1 has a 5-inch WSVGA screen (1024x600 px) with LED backlight that supports multi touch and handwriting recognition. Connectivity is ensured via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (+EDR).

All these are packed into a device measuring 150x90x21 mm, weighing 290 gr.

Date added/updated: 1 January 1970 – 00:00


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