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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

India's World's cheapest tablet launch today

Priced at Rs 1700, the Indian government on Wednesday launched the world economic table - Aakash. Affordable tablets developed by the Indian Institute of Technology.

India's world cheapest tablet
The low-cost tablet is primarily intended for educational purposes only and it is expected that the Android OS device with Wi-Fi can also be equipped with a 2 GB memory card with a mini USB port and full, a 32 GB of expandable memory, a miniSD card and a SIM card slot.

Speaking of the awards ceremony was held in New Delhi Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) last month, the Communications and Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said that the tablets would help children to cross the border in the classroom, and teachers to acquire knowledge through information technology.

The tablet has been developed as part of the National Ambassador to upgrade public education through sport and the Information and Communication Technology, which aims to combine the 25 000 schools and 400 universities of the e-Learning program.

Device is designed to provide some of the more expensive tablet PCs tough competition as there will also be the PDF reader, video conferencing function, the SCI laboratory, media player, remote device management capabilities, multimedia option 'O interface, and content types spectator.