NTT, the most important telecom company in Japan has just unveiled the Hikari iFrame, an Android tablet with an accessible price point. The device is also used as a digital picture frame and it comes with a 7 inch touch panel display, an SD memory card slot, a speaker and a USB port.


Hikari iFrame also uses an internal battery, an alarm clock and it can connect to the web via WiFi. The device relies on widgets to provide access to content like weather, recipes or news. We found out that the product will only hit Japan in the first half of 2010 and it’ll cost between $220 and $330, but we sure hope that the tablet will make it to the States and Europe, as well.

NTT is looking for test users in Japan right now, targeting women in their 20s especially. There’s a video demo of Hikari iFrame after the break, if you’re interested:


[via crunchgear]