Google Project Tango Tablet Revealed With Nvidia Tegra K1

Project Tango Tablet is Here with 120 Degree Camera, Depth Sensing and Much More Thins.

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As stated few months ago, here’s Google Project Tango Tablet after the smartphone which got in news this year in february. Google’s Advanced Technologies and Projects launched the smartphone to help blind customers navigate the visible world or we can say which can see and feel environment like us. So now its time for Project Tango tablet.

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Google’s ATAP has officially let the cat out of the bag, formally introducing their 7-inch Project Tango tablet powered by the Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. It offers some very high-end components. Those include a hefty 4GB of RAM, 128GB internal storage, an NVIDIA Tegra K1 SoC. a 1080p display, motion-tracking cams, LTE, integrated depth sending tech, USB 3.0, micro-HDMI and Android 4.4. KitKat.

Its biggest addition is its camera and depth sensor, which lets the tablet discern its orientation and begin taking measurements of its surroundings, allowing it to building out a map of indoor locations. As per the GATP  it provides robust desktop GPU architecture, which will help developers port existing visual and 3D algorithms to the Tango platform.

Google’s taking sign-ups right now for devs interested in the tablet when it becomes available “later this year,” and they have to pay hefty $1024 price.

Project Tango is new type of device which extracts many doors for potential projects. Hope it will evolve into a new type of products and can attain new type of development which can help us to go into the future.

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