Friday, January 6, 2012

World's Cheapest Tablet - Aakash From India - Rs. 2,999

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Cheapest Tablet - Aakash From India - Rs. 2,999
Specially good news for all the students. Because, Datawind, the maker of the world's cheapest tablet [ UbiSlate 7+ (Upgraded Aakash) ] has put up for sale about 250,000 tablets online at a price of Rs 2,999 each including all taxes and a 12-month warranty. Sold out for January, February 2012.Datawind CEO and founder is Suneet Singh Tuli.Father's name of Suneet Singh is Engg.
Lakhbir Singh.His elder brother Raja Singh Tuli founder of world's biggest fax machine.His brother's name recorded in "Guinness Book Of Record". Sales bookings for the world's cheapest tablet,14 lakh Aakash Tablets booked in 14 days.

So, Now we are discussing the features of Aakash Tablet- UbiSlate Netbook - Datawind Ubislate
Cheapest Tablet - Aakash From India
  • High Quality Web Anytime, Anywhere.
  • Connect via GPRS or WiFi
  • GPRS: Embedded modern eliminates the need of external dongles and allow internet access anywhere
  • WiFi: Allows fast Youtube videos at hotspots
  • Fast web access even on GPRS networks, across the country using DataWind's patented acceleration technology 
  • Web, Email, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Youtube and much much more!
  • High Quality Video Streaming & HD Quality Video Playback
  • Games, Full Office Suite, Educational Software, Over 150.000 app!
  • Expandable memory to 32GB
  • Use any ordinary pen drive
  • And it's phone to make and receive voice calls
PricingRs.2,499/-Rs.2,999/-
MicroprocessorArm11 – 366MhzCortex A8 – 700 Mhz
Battery2100 mAh3200 mAh
OSAndroid 2.2Android 2.3
NetworkWiFiWiFi & GPRS (SIM & Phone functionality)
SpecificationsAakash (UbiSlate7 UbiSlate 7+ (Upgraded Aakash)

Aakash(Ubislate7) SOLD OUT But you can always Pre-Book your UbiSlate7+ by clicking on the Pre-Book Button

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