Leafing through the news, I came across what seemed to me to be interesting news that I would like to share with you:
In the DPRK, sales of the first North Korean PDA began. The first North Korean handheld computer went on sale recently at a price ranging from 120 to 140 dollars, depending on the configuration. What details and what software for it were created in the DPRK is not called. The country where the device was actually manufactured is also unknown.
“Large color screen and light weight, beautiful menu. Fully touch. The stylus is attached, you can poke into the screen. On sale there are several options. The difference between them is the amount of internal memory and the presence of a built-in slot for the stylus. The most sophisticated costs 140 dollars and has 8 gigs of internal memory and a stylus socket, so as not to lose it by chance. In addition, there is a slot for microSD memory cards - the same as in local mobile phones, ”- noted blogger ashen-rus .
“The main function worth noting is the Samkhyn electronic dictionary with the Russian language. It is not a secret that electronic translators are also releasing in South Korea, but according to eyewitnesses, the Russian language is absent as a fact, ”the user writes.
In addition, the device can work with cards, e-books, suitable for watching videos, listening to music and games. Information about the OS device is not given.
“At the moment, the firmware still needs some work, not all functions are fully implemented, but the Korean comrades promise updates and improvements,” notes ashen-rus.