Google’s Project Tango Tablet

This innovative new tablet uses 3D cameras (Like the Kinect or PS4 camera) to track it’s position and orientation, as if it was like a person. Not only that, it also includes quite the array of specifications that make it the leading tablet in general. Take a look:

  • Nvidia TD580D-A1 quad-core Tegra K1 processor
  • SanDisk 4133DF4PG02X 128 GB flash memory
  • Elpida FA232A2MA 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM (two ICs for 4 GB total)
  • Broadcom BCM4752IUB2G integrated multi-constellation GNSS receiver
  • Broadcom BCM43341XKUBG single-chip dual-band combo device supporting 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0+HS & FM receiver
  • Realtek ACL5642 Hi-Fi audio single chip with voice/sound DSP and CODEC
  • STMicroelectronics STM32L151QD ultra-low-power ARM Cortex-M3 MCU
  • NXP Semiconductors 546A 0108 TXD403
  • ON Semiconductor NCP45560 controlled load switch
  • Nvidia ICE9245B-C2 low-power, multimode RF transceiver
  • Nvidia Icera ICE9045T-A2 LTE modem
  • Texas Instruments TPS659121A PMU
  • Skyworks 77621-11 multimode multiband power amplifier module

That is extraordinary, one thing to realize is that some of those specs is for its 3d tracking and 3D applications, but to put in perspective. No android or iPad tablet has yet released 128gb of storage (keep in mind that this isn’t really released yet other than the developer version), no android/iPad tab has 4gb of ram, and no tablet ever has this level of motion sensing. Not to mention since this is from Google itself, it gets the newest Android updates first in line (Next to Nexus devices).

All of these things come together in a way that makes this tablet really unique and set apart from the rest. Its technology like this that’s going to #makeachange and cause innovation to reach its peak.

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Thanks, -Dustin



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