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This startup is building a $500 tablet that's only for photos — and you can't even plug it in

A Silicon Valley startup is trying to make browsing photos easier with a $500 tablet that does only one thing: share photos. Alan Chen, Joy founder, says the 13-inch device is the modern equivalent of an "interactive photo album" and that it's simple enough that even technophobes can operate it. "I wanted to design something every generation can use," Chen told Business Insider.
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