Vernon, Calif. – Naxa Electronics introduced its first mobile
internet device, The Core.
The Core, $149, will be formally unveiled at the 2011
International CES in January. It will ship in either late December or early
January 2011, said Richard Goldberg, Naxa’s sales and marketing VP.
The Core uses the Android OS, has a 7-inch color touchscreen and
accesses the web via Wi-Fi. It can also connect by using a 3G USB or network
card from a cellular carrier.
The 720p display will change its orientation from portrait to
landscape when the unit is turned. It has USB, HDMI ports and an SDHC card slot.
There is also 8GB of internal memory.