An iPad Competitor Emerges In North Korea

July 25th, 2012
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North Korean State media outlet KCNA today reported on the growing popularity of its very own iPad clone, a “PAD” computer device otherwise known as “Achim” (아침), or “Morning”.  The North Korean iPad clone is reportedly enjoying popularity with students, allowing users to use specially designed programs in Korean, English and Russian.  Unlike the iPad,

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Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.

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