Sharp has appear the approaching barrage of its most recent adaptable Internet accessory - and this time it's active Google's Android platform.
The Lynx SH-10B, due for barrage this ages in Japan in affiliation with adaptable provider NTTDoCoMo, is a smartbook-style clamshell accessory which appears, at aboriginal glance, to be a ashen netbook. Under the hood, however, things are absolutely a bit different.
According to capacity appear over on SlashGear, the accessory shares added in accepted with a smartphone than a netbook, with Google's Android operating arrangement and bifold high-resolution cameras - a 5.3 megapixel assemblage on the rear and a 4.3 megapixel assemblage on the advanced for video babble applications - forth with a 5in touchscreen console aloft a abounding QWERTY keyboard.
The Lynx measures a bunched 148mm x 83mm x 17.8mm, although there's no acknowledgment in the blueprint of absolutely how abundant it weighs.
In befitting with its smartphone roots, the accessory additionally includes 3G broadband, forth with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a GPS dent for on-the-go area finding. As the accessory is aimed at a Japanese market, a 1-Seg carriageable agenda TV tuner completes the connectivity options.
Somewhat bizarrely, Sharp has autonomous to allocate with the acceptable touchpad in favour of a baby trackball aloft the keyboard - although the attendance of the touchscreen agency it shouldn't charge application all that often.