Which unlikely country recently unveiled its own tablet?

Answer: North Korea

by News Staff / November 7, 2013
In an April 15, 2012 photo, North Korean soldiers attend a mass military parade in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the North Korean founder Kim Il Sung. Associated Press/Vincent Yu

Available for about $240, the tablet is out of reach financially for most North Koreans. The device features 800 by 480 pixel resolution, and pre-installed software like the Microsoft Office package, Angry Birds, and a Siri-esque speech recognition program. The tablet can’t connect to the Internet, but it is loaded with e-books such as those about former leader Kim Il-sung in a section entitled “Immortal Leadership,” and in another section, called “Immortal History,” the user can learn of the nation’s (revisionist) history.