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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Queen’s Royal Collection Incorporates a Tablet Device – Not Apple Made

Tablet devices are beginning to present itselves in all varieties and shapes and proving ideal for all purposes. The Queen’s Royal Collection now incorporates a touchscreen device chosen to store important history collections from the past 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. The device will be added to the Royal Collection with the Queen as a “digital time-capsule”.
Stocking over 150 GB of files including videos, photographs and text message memories of her 60 year reign, a tablet device continues to be chosen to be added on the Royal Collection. It includes memories with the project from 37, 000 people from 66 countries that contributed on the huge collection. Among others, Knight in shining armor Harry and Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, in addition to memories of Alan Turing and the London riots have been incorporated.

The chosen device is manufactured by Samsung and is a Universe Note 10. 1. All your 80, 000 entries, including those not included about the capsule itself, will be available online included in the Diamond (re)Collection. Danny Sriskandarajah, director from the Royal Commonwealth Society charity, told BBC:

“The digital nature from the project required a digital device to present to Her Majesty, and The Queen will be able to press ‘play’ on the product before watching a video of among the better Jubilee time-capsule entries, ”

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