Tablets have made it to North Korea, but the Internet hasnt. The Samjiyon tablet doesn't have internet access but it can play Angry Birds, according to a research report from IDG. The 7-inch Android tablet not only shows how far behind the North Korean technology manufacturers are, it also shows the vast reach of Rovios Angry Birds, which has been downloaded more than a billion times. The countrys censors prevent the device from reaching the Internet. Instead, the device can reach a walled-garden online service, dubbed Kwangmyong. But the device can access North Korean government broadcasts. The device has a 7-inch screen, a 2-megapixel camera, a 1.2-GHz processor, and it runs a version of Googles Android operating system. Angry Birds and other apps come pre-installed. An American visitor at a trade show there acquired the device for $200 at a shop in Pyongyang. In terms of responsiveness and speed, it can almost compete against the leading tablets, the IDG news service quotes the visitor as saying. Tapping and launching apps feels fairly fluid, initializing the camera is as fast as the worlds leading tablets, and there is no noticeable lag when playing games Im familiar with, like Angry Birds.