Aakash tablet

Aakash Tablet: One Of The Most Disappointing Indian Government Projects !!!

Aakash Tablet, the world's cheapest tablet, was announced in 2011, and now, first quarter of this year is yet to end, despite majority of people in India are waiting to get their hand on the tablet. Last week, at...

iPad Mini Is Almost A Chip Off The Old Block: Could It Compete With Low-Priced Tablets In India ?

In India, a slew of 7-inch Tablets  including Zync, Sylvania, Vox, Micromax Funbook, Ubilslate and more are currently available at very affordable price tags. More importantly, 1.6 million Tablets are expected to ship this year and the figure will surge...

BSNL To Introduce Another World’s Cheapest Tablet By March 1

Last year, the world’s cheapest Tablet was introduced by the students of IIT, Rajasthan, with conglomeration of the Canadian company Datawind. Later, the government of India subsidized the Tablet for just INR 2,250 t make it much more affordable...

Why Am I fuzzy About The Success of World’s Cheapest Tablet “Aakash”

With days passing by, India is becoming more advanced in terms of technology. Few days earlier India has introduced the world's cheapest tablet named as “Aakash”. The whole project of tablet was headed by India Government who kept  its price quite lower when...

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