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The new iPad competitor coming from Russia

Russia Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin introduced the new 10-inch russian tablet at the end of the week. It said that the tablet will come with Wi-Fi connectivity, and will run modified version of Android OS.

It was developped by the Russia’s National Nuclear Research University in Moscow, and will features two versions depending on the final user: one for consumers and one for defence needs.

A major concern for Russian defence chiefs is that data collected and stored by Google could slip into the hands of the US government and expose some of their most secret and sensitive communications.

The operating system has all the functional capabilities of an Android operating system but none of its hidden features that send users’ private data to Google headquarters,”Andrey Starikovsky, the general director of the university-based company behind the tablet, told Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.

The military version will be shock- and water-proof,” he added.

The military make also features encryption and relies on navigation through GLONASS — Russia’s new rival to the US-made Global Position Service (GPS) that was added to Apple’s iPhones this year.

The Russian tablet will run on software called the Russian Mobile Operating System (RoMOS). It will be manufactured in a Russian defence ministry research facility, and the model is expected to be available before the end of 2012, at a retailed price of $460 for the standard one.

 
 
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