Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Aakash Android Tablet, World's Cheapest Tablet

Aakash Android Tablet, World’s Cheapest Tablet launched. This is 7 inch touch screen tablet with Android 2.2 operating system. The weight of this Aakash tablet is 350 grams with 800 x 480 resolutions. This tablet comes with WiFi connectivity, optional 3G modem support, 2 USB port, 256 MB RAM, 32GB expandable memory port, 3.5mm headphone jack and will support  formats such as DOC, DOCX, PDF and PPTX etc. The newly launched cheapest Aakash Tablet comes with 12-month replacement warranty.

The Government of India is buying the Tablet for Rs. 2250 each and wishes to distribute to students for free in a pilot run of 100000 units.

"The rich have access to the digital world, the poor and ordinary have been excluded. Aakash will end that digital divide," Kapil Sibal, Telecoms and Education Minister said.

The Aakash Android tablet is running with a rechargeable battery which can be continuously used for 2 to 3 hours.

The tablet is manufactured by a British based company in India and will be available in the market from November, 2011 onwards with an expected cost of Rs. 2999 and when the product will be in full swing the cost may be further reduced.

India is far behind four using connected technologies and internet and we hope that this low cost Aakash Android Tablet will allow connecting a majority of India’s population with internet and other information technologies. This new revolution is more useful for students and our government is trying to introduce it among school students also. The Government planning to give 50% cost for students. And we can assume that our students will take all positive advantage of this new invention and information technology.

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1 comment :

  1. What makes Aakash different?

    There can be many opinions about Aakash tablet , but it is worth remembering that ,

    At its price-point , Aakash is the only tablet capable of bridging the digital divide between the urban and the rural India.

    It will be used by persons who have not even seen a smart phone or a computer – much less used these.

    Aakash is its own benchmark. Much like Walkman and iPod , it has created a new category - hence there can be no comparisons.

    More than 2 million orders are a proof that , it is a product which millions have been waiting for.

    No doubt there will be some initial hiccups – as with any innovation.

    With regards.

    hemen Parekh.

    Jobs for All = Peace on Earth.

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