Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K Monitor
On the device’s Google Store listing, the company notes that the kit is intended for developers and not for consumer use. The tablet was developed as part of Google’s Project Tango program, which focuses on devices with advanced 3D space and motion sensors. Google says that these sensors can be applied to tasks such as improving navigation for those who are visually impaired, providing step-by-step directions within buildings, and offer more immersive video games.
The Project Tango development kit/tablet is available on the Google Store for $512 now. It’s interesting to see Google open up orders to everyone just a day before I/O 2015 kicks off. Hopefully we’ll hear some updates regarding the Tango program during the event.