Remember the 3-D mapping device, preferably a tablet called Project Tango that Google announced back in June. It looks like it will see the market sooner than expected.
The exciting technology featuring device (Project Tango developer kit (Black)) powered by NVIDIA's most powerful SoC apparently made its way to the Google Play store. Unfortunately, the device is not ready for sale, as of now.
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The 7-inch Project Tango Tablet Development Kit is powered by NVIDIA's new Tegra K1 processor and comes equipped with a massive 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. It has 1MP front shooter and a 4MP camera at the back and comes with a 4,960 mAh battery. The 7-inch HD IPS display (1920×1200) featuring Project Tango tablet runs on Android 4.4.2. Apart from that, no other specs are mentioned at the moment.
But what is quite important for users to understand is that it comes with an incredible feature that measures dimensions of the surrounding. It comes with a bunch of sensors to add 3-D mapping and other advanced scanning software.
As said earlier, the device was announced back in June, but the company will be launching it with LG in 2015. The pricing of the device is not mentioned at the moment, however, if rumors are to be believed, than the Project Tango is expected to cost $1,024, but there is no word of when it will actually go on sale. As it is a developer kit, the Project Tango comes without a warranty, but, Google will not be accepting any returns or issuing any refunds.
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