World’s Cheapest Tablet by India

| January 6, 2012
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Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet by India has soared over 1.4 million pre-orders before its launch. Now one might think how cheap it could get? well, as low as $40.

Datawind, the British company, in contract with the Indian Government have decided to spread technology for everyone, at least in India. Considering the poverty ratio and the lack of technology reach to the masses, Government of India initiated the most productive step of the decade to provide technological devices and gadgetry to public at affordable prices.

As of now, the Aakash Tablet is priced at 2500 indian rupees equaling to $40 (U.S) approximately. Even with this low price, the officials are considering it to lower it further down to $35 per unit. On that price, one can order even two or more and with that sort of demand, other tablet manufacturers including Apple and Samsung should worry about their products.

For all those who are interested in ordering the Aakash tablet should rather wait  for the upgrade, Ubislate 7 to be available in March this year. The current tablet runs on Android 2.2 OS and has 2GB of storage.

 

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