If you'll recall, back at CES Asus announced the Zenfone AR, the second-ever Google Tango phone. Today, a whopping 8 months later, the device is finally hitting the market. The MSRP is $599 for the 6GB RAM/64GB Storage version, or $699 for the 8GB/128GB version. Amazon has an unlocked version that will work on the big 5 carriers, while Verizon is selling a carrier-locked version as a "Verizon Exclusive."

Tango, if you don't remember, is Google's augmented reality platform, born out of the company's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group. Tango takes a smartphone and crams it full of extra cameras and an IR projector for full 3D vision and six-degree-of-freedom (6DoF) tracking. There's a Tango store with apps specifically made for the hardware, but, with limited hardware and (we'd imagine) even more limited sales, there's not a lot there to pick from.

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