Friday, November 14, 2014

Project Tango tablet goes on sale for $1024 at Google Playstore

Project Tango was Google's new attempt to create a virtual measuring and object recognition system using multiple sensor data . The virtual geometry project , which lead to the production of the Google Project Tango Tablet meant that keen developers and interested parties could see it in action for real .

The Project Tango tablet is now available on Google's playstore , like most new arrivals , the tablet is still listed as un-available but at $1024 the tablet which sells with No warranty or refunds is probably not going to appeal to to general consumers as the device is mostly aimed at the scientific/advanced developer community  . The tablet packs a Nvidia K1 processor with Denver 64bit architecture . The device has 4GB of RAM  ,128GB of Built in Storage and a 7" 1080p display . a 2Micrometer RGB-IR sensor with 4mp and a 1mp IR sensor as secondary .The system runs on a custom version of Android 4.4.4

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - GSMArena

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