Yet another retailer will be getting into the Internet tablet business in 2010. NEC Biglobe Ltd, an ISP in Japan, is going to start a new business selling Internet tablets with wireless capabilities. According to the early report from TechOn the new business will focus entirely around Android-running devices. Their beta test product is a Camangi Android MID with an Emobile Pocket 3G WiFi module. NEC Biglobe has lofty aspirations for their tablet business. They are shooting for 200,000 sales ($111 million in revenue) per year up to the end of 2012. Their first 2010 launch will be a tablet named the Cloud Device. From February to March 2010 they'll be conducting a beta test of their Internet access service, so we should see more information about their products leak out then.The parent company of NEC Biglobe, NEC Corp, will also launch a device in 2010 similar to the Cloud Device. This gadget will have an "enhanced video display". Both products are expected to cost around $333. NEC Biglobe will also be launching an Android app store in 2010.
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