Telecom and IT Minister Kapil Sibal has indicated that the government would like to make the world’s cheapest tablet more affordable and offer the Aakash 2 tablet to consumers at Rs 1500. Addressing a function, Sibal said that he would like to see this tablet in the hands of each … Read the rest
Makers of the low-cost Aakash Tablet Datawind have clarified that while some parts of the tablet PC have been outsourced from China, the pieces are assembled and programmed at their facilities in Delhi and Amritsar in India.
“For the first 10,000 units for IIT, and for expediency sake we had … Read the rest
Makers of the world’s cheapest tablet Aakash 2, British company Datawind, has denied reports that surfaced in Indian media calling its latest innovation something that’s been bought off the shelf from China. Hindustan Times recently published a news report where an unnamed source alleged that Datawind had no role in … Read the rest
In an announcement made by Datawind, the firm said it has started the delivery of its latest tab- Aakash 2 to IIT Bombay. The manufacturer of low-priced Aakash tab also declared that this affordable device will be out in the market this October.
According to a statement made by Sunit … Read the rest
The cheapest of them all, the Aakash 2 tablet is all set for an October launch in India. This tablet will cost US$41.15, but after a subsidy from the Indian government, it will cost $35 a piece for students. This means, it will cost approximately Rs.1960. The tablet’s commercial version … Read the rest