$35 Tablet from Indian Government: Cheapest Tablet? [Specs & Video]

26 July 2010 By Varun

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This tablet from Indian government has been in the news for quite some time now. It started as the cheapest tablet for students, and at that time it was said to cost just $10. But gradually the price of this tablet increased, and reached up to $35, but still its very cheap compared to other tablets in the market.

Indian government has not officially announced all the features of this “magically cheap” tablet, but here are some of the known features & specs:

  • 7 inch Touchscreen Resistive display with 800×480 resolution
  • 2GB RAM
  • Wi-Fi b/g
  • Usb port
  • Linux OS
  • Webcam
  • Cloud Computing
  • Adobe Flash support
  • Remote device management

There are 8,500 colleges which already signed up for this tablet, and expect some more to come. Indian government can reduce its prices further, if this thing went into mass production.

Expected Release Date of India’s Tablet

Q1, 2011

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Comments

Ashish Mundhra says:

I will definitely buy it ….

Is this only for students, or can anyone buy this… and if its for students, where to apply for it…

kiran says:

i wish to buy that i’ll be thankful if someone helps me with those details of getting it.

ashay says:

where to buy

Shanowas says:

Can i buy it?and from where?i want help.

varun says:

Unfortunately the launch of this tablet has been delayed due to some issues with primary contractor, HCL Infosystems. At the moment there is no information about the release date. I’ll update this post whenever some reliable news comes out.

Aman says:

when will dis mobile launch in india?…..

Ashok joshi says:

Dear sir,

I want to purchase this tablet produced by the experts of IIT. I am thankful for their kind support for taking initiative on behalf of people from India. Through this , a person of every level (village – town) can earn about the technology used in our life cycle.
Thanking you once again..!!
Pls let us know from where it can be available easily.

With best wishes
Ashok joshi
Joshi.ashok2@gmail.com

Shashank says:

It is now called as Aakash tablet(UBISlate7), you can preorder it by calling their toll freecustomer care no. 1800-180-2180 or by visiting and booking on its official website http://www.aakashtablet.com/

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