Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has had numerous teasers released around the internet, therefore anyone could have seen this release a mile out. The tablet with its release, has come forward a respectable list of specs. We’ll start off that it’s a WiFi version only, and currently no 3G/4G connection is available. However, there are some other specs to make up for it, for instance a 1.9 MP (front) and 5.0 MP (back) cameras, 16GB flash storage (upgradable to 32GB for $50), 1,280 x 800 TFT LCD display, quad-core Exynos 4 CPU clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB RAM, and of course it will be running Android (4.0, unfortunately not Jelly Bean). And if that doesn’t call out to you then maybe an S Pen that comes with the tablet. So get ready to empty your wallet August 16th for its release date.
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Throughout time, the thought (still today) sounds pretty Sci-Fi. As a person living in the 21st century you should get used to it because researchers at University College London have found a way to see through walls. A device which contains 2 antennas is capable of seeing through walls by using a WIFI frequency. This is ground breaking work as the signal is undetectable because it does not use radio signals. Want to buy one? Well you have to wait a few years as the UK Ministry of Defense has still to determine if its usable for combat use.
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- Tagged Advance technology, ministry of defense, radio signals, See through walls, technology, Translucent, uk ministry of defense, University College London, Wi-Fi, WIFI, Wireless, Wireless access point