The developer tablet for "Project Tango" went on sale in the US via Google Store without an invite for the first time in May. Now the company has expanded sales of the tablet to two more countries, Canada and South Korea, with more countries joining in later in August.
The 7-inch tablet comes in either black or white colors and comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, It has NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processr inside, along with support for both Wi-FI and 4G LTE wireless connections. However, the big feature is its 4 megapixel camera with a massive sensor, a dedicated motion sensing camera, and depth sensor for scanning locations in full 3D.
The Project Tango community is growing. We've shipped more than 3,000 developer devices so far. Developers have already created hundreds of applications that enable users to explore the physical space around them, including precise navigation without GPS, windows into virtual 3D worlds, measurement of physical spaces, and games that know where they are in the room and what's around them.
On August 26, the Project Tango developer tablet will be available to purchase in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. As we have mentioned before, while anyone can buy the tablet once it is in their local Google Store site, the hardware and software have been made specifically for software developers to help them make apps that will work with Project Tango.