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Published on October 6th, 2011 | by Bilal Sulehri

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Cheap Indian Tablet Launched






India’s much awaited cheap tablet has been launched. The tablet which was initially priced as $35 will be available for $60 (Indian Rs. 2999) and will be called Aakash. It has been reported that the device’s real name is Ubislate which is manufactured by Canadian company, Datawind.


The ultra cheap tablet features a 7-inch 800 x 480 pixels resistive  touch screen and runs Android Froyo. The device is powered by a 366 MHz Connexant processor with 256 MB of RAM and boasts 2GB of internal storage which is expandable via microSD card. Aakash features both WiFi and GPRS connectivity and has a 3 hours battery life.

Via Engadget 

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(Editor - Gadgets & Reviews) is a Professional Accountant, Consultant, Teacher and Digital Media Specialist. He loves football and is crazy about gadgets and technology. He has been writing since 2004 and can be reached at Bilal@sulehri.com and followed on twitter @sulehri



11 Responses to Cheap Indian Tablet Launched

  1. naina malik says:

    i want this akash tablate.

  2. naina malik says:

    how to i buy akash tablate please give me informatation when and where avalibale this????

  3. how to buy akash tabs. please give me your contact number.

  4. kiran kshirsagar says:

    I have need for akash tabs

  5. kraj says:

    AAKASH tablet is made available by indian government. It is subsidised by india .i dont think it will be available in pakistan.

    • Bilal Sulehri says:

      Aakash is certainly subsidized by India for students. But it does not man their is a covenant stopping its manufacturer from distributing the device abroad. It is already available for pre-order in UK. So it will depend on its manufacturer whether it is launched in Pakistan or not.

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  7. @Adnan: No info available yet

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  9. Adnan says:

    When available in Pakistan?

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