First 7″ Pixel Qi Screen Now Demoing On The ZTE Light 2 Android Tablet

Pixel Qi and ZTE have just announced that Pixel Qi’s newest low power screen is now used on the Light 2, a 7″ Android tablet. I don’t have any pictures yet but I’ve asked a couple people at MWC to find the tablet.

The Light 2 is based on Pixel Qi’s dual mode LCD screen with a whopping 1024×600 resolution. Other than the screen, the specs appear to be the same as original Light tablet. It has a 1GHz CPU, 4GB Flash, Wifi,and it’s running Android v2.2. The Pixel Qi screen also comes with a capacitive touchscreen.

I don’t know anything yet on the price or release date. This tablet is on display at MWC right now, so hopefully we should read some first hand reports soon.

via Pixel Qi blog

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  1. Karan21 March, 2011

    After doing a thorough market analysis, I’ve decided to buy this. Where can i buy one?

  2. M Christensen18 April, 2011

    “Now Shipping” + “I don’t know anything yet on the … release date” = ??????
    How can you say that an unreleased product is shipping?

    1. Nate the great18 April, 2011


      That was supposed to say showing, not shipping.

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