There's almost no Internet access in North Korea -- but that hasn't stopped the isolated nation from having its own version of an iPad called the Samjiyon. Ruediger Frank, a Professor of East Asian Economy and Society at the University of Vienna and Head of the Department of East Asian Studies, writing at North Korean analysis Web site 38 North took a deep dive look at the tablet after he purchased one on a recent trip to the closed off nation. Frank was pleasantly surprised by his purchase, despite its inability to use the Internet. It runs a custom version of Android, has 14 games including Angry Birds, and comes pre-loaded with 488 dictionaries, reference works and e-books. And among the e-books was Margaret's Mitchell's 1936 classic "Gone with the Wind."