The Project Tango tablet - which was announced by Google back in February last year and went on public sale in the United States in May this year - can now also be purchased in Canada and South Korea, making them the first countries outside of the US where the device is now officially available.
And it looks like more countries will be added to the list soon - the Mountain View, California-based company has said that the tablet will also be available in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom starting August 26.
The USP of the tablet is that it features custom hardware and software that lets it track 3D motion and capture geometry of the environment at the same time. Specs-wise, the device is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 SoC, and sports a 7” 1920 x 1200 display. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in memory, and packs in a 4960 mAh battery.
In terms of camera, the Project Tango features a 4 MP 2µm RGB-IR pixel rear unit, and a 1MP shooter with IR LED in the front. It offers both Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity.
Google = Umbrella Corporation
North Korea don't have internet. Internet in North Korea are limited to a few selected people. Dictatorship country, get it. All of our modern gadgets and technology are useless for them. Its like a country that don't believe in digital consumerism.
because they are, by definition, all projects? "Project" and "Success" aren't synonyms, you know, projects can fail, can be absorbed into other projects, or can just amble along aimlessly until they're forgotten about