Production of own iPad started in North Korea

Production of own iPad started in North Korea
A producer from North Korea, under the name Ryonghung, launched an advertisement for the innovative North Korean tablet, which got the bizarre name of the iPad.

Sounds familiar, right? To Apple products, this miracle of technology has nothing to do and looks even worse than the cheapest Chinese counterfeits. So, at the heart of the North Korean iPad, there is a quad-core processor with a clock frequency of 1 GHz. At the same time, the RAM of this powerful device is as much as 1 GB, and the hard disk is eight times larger. The gadget has an HDMI cable, keyboard and a wide range of features on the network. The cost of the miracle of progress is not announced, but certainly liked the party top, and ordinary Koreans simply in admiration. The OS of the tablet is unknown, but it is known that applications for the device will be output on SD-cards of memory.

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