Jun 5, 2014

Google's Project Tango tablet revealed, powered by NVIDIA's Tegra K1

Google has been working on Project Tango for some time know,What is Project Tango you say?it’s a project Google is using to develop compact, portable devices with image sensors that can understand depth and map 3D surroundings like no device in its class has been able to do before. And there has been recent rumors of a Project Tango Tablet is going to be released, now those rumors are now official.

Now before you go "I'll go buy one!", this thing is not actually a consumer device, more on it is aimed to be a developer's kit, costing $1,024. But with the high price,comes the top of the line specs we actually we wish to have on smartphones and tablets being released this year

  • NVIDIA Tegra K1 chipset with 192 GPU cores
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 7-inch display
  • 128GB of internal storage
  • 4G LTE (availability depends on region and carrier)
  • Bluetooth 4.0 LE
  • WiFi
  • Motion tracking camera
  • Integrated depth sensor
  • Android 4.4 KitKat
If the tablet is actually released as a consumer device, this would be the most powerful tablet being released as of now. You may sign up to get the developer device on Google's web site. If you are going to Google's I/O event, the device may actually be a part of the Freebie parade, but for now, let's hope Google enlighten's us on what are the plans they have on the device.


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