Aakash the world cheapest tablet was a complete disaster, it never took off. And now the Aakash 4 will be the next in line that will be better than its predecessors (that hardly existed) and will be priced at Rs. 3000.
We have been hearing about Aakash tablets for almost a year and now, once again. The Aakash 2 an upgraded version was launched by President Pranab Mukherjee, today. Students can buy this tab for a price of Rs. 1,132 (after subsidy).
DataWind the official makers of Aakash tablet, the one that we have been hearing ‘more’ and seeing ‘less’ have now launched 4 new tablets called the UbiSlate 7Ri, UbiSlate 7R+, UbiSlate 7Ci and UbiSlate 7C+. All of these tabs are with 7 inch resistive or capacitive screen with price tag between Rs. 2,900 to Rs. […]
The Aakash Tablets were a complete disaster. There were issues with the hardware and no word about the delivery; the next version was supposed to be launched in May which never happened. Well the hope is still alive and Datawind will soon come out with the Aakash 2 version for Universities and Colleges in India […]
Finally some good news for those waiting for the Aakash tablets, Datawind has now released two new variant the Ubislate 7+ and the Ubislate 7C tablets that runs on the android gingerbread OS. There are the Aakash 2 consumer versions.
I finally got the low cost BSNL Penta IS701R tablet today and here is the Unboxing video and review. This low cost tablet came for a price of Rs. 3,250 3,999 plus shipping charges of Rs. 140. The shipping charges may vary depending upon your location. IS701R is also seen as a tough competitor to […]
As per the earlier reports Aakash 2 was to launch in the month of April 2012, but now it has been postponed to May 2012. Kapil Sibal, HRD minister confirmed this today stating that the upgraded version will be fabulous.
When Aakash tablet was announced there was too much excitement, the low price tag was simply unbelievable. Many consumers pre-booked the tablet but they never got it and then Aakash 2 was announced in December, an improved version and consumers pre-booked that too, but again they never got it. And now it is said that […]
As excepted Wishtel today launched their IRA series tablets in India. The two models namely the Wishtel IRA will come for Rs. 4000 and the Wishtel IRA Thing for Rs. 5,500. These tablets will compete with the Datawind Aakash 2 version and other ultra low cost tablets.
After failing to get the contract for the Aakash 2 tablet, WishTel Company, which came second in the bidding process, will be launching their tablet. They will officially make an announcement in New Delhi on 23rd March.