Another day, another tablet at CES 2011

You know that 2011 will go down as the Year of the Tablet when companies that have rarely made a ripple at CES before are now making waves with their new tablet releases.

Take NEC for example- its CES 2011 entrant, the LT-W, breaks the single screen mould of what the traditional tablet should be like.

NEC’s dual screen tablet is designed to open like a book and although it uses resistive technology for its touch screen functionality, which means the display may not be as sensitive as some tablet users would like, the company is making its mark in a sector where everyone seems to be now playing.

The LT-W specs include a ARM Cortex A8 processor, 800 x 600 pixel screen resolution, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.1, SDHC card slot and USB port, a Mono speaker, a GPS and runs on Android 2.1