Apparently The Queen doesn’t approve of the iPad, with the latest addition to the Royal Collection being Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 that will include a number or videos, photographs and text which has been submitted by participants who have submitted memories from the last 60 years of her reign, with over 150GBs collected in total, this will of course be limited to 50 entries.

The final selection was picked by a panel of judges made up of various royal servants including the director general of The Royal Photographic Society and the Royal Librarian.

All of the 80,000 entries will be available to all online, dubbed the Diamond (re)Collection, over 37,000 people from 66 countries participated in the project and include people ranging from the Olympic Blade Runner, Oscar Pistorius to such royalty as Price Harry.

However other less famous people where able to submit their ow entries via the website or app with the most popular occasion being Price Williams and Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding in 2011.

After the device has been loaded and presented to Her Majesty, the tablet will then be stored at Windsor Castle as part of the Royal Collection with alread includes various other digital products including PCs and DVDs alongside the more expected stuff such as art and furniture.

Via: EnGadget

Source: BBC

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