North Korea's got a new tablet on the market. And it's not shied away from calling it an iPad.
The "Ryonghung IPad" was featured in the latest edition of the country's Foreign Trade magazine.
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In it, the product is claimed to have a quadcore 1.2 Ghz CPU, 1GB of RAM, an 8GB hard disk, an HDMI cable connection and a keyboard, according to NK News. It's manufactured by Myohyang IT Company.
Image: Foreign Trade of the DPRK
"The iPad has been...highly appreciated at the third national sci-tech festival and the national intellectual property products show in 2016," the ad says. Read more...
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