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.


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October 2009 saw the debut of the NetWalker series: the mobile internet tool codenamed PC-Z1 sports a sleek body with a 5-inch touch screen (1024 x 600 px, WSVGA) and a QWERTY keyboard, weighing 409 gr.

The "Zaurus-resurrected" device has a 800 MHz Freescale i.MX515 CPU, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB onboard flash storage and SDHC support. Connectivity is achieved via Wi-Fi...

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