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Aakash tablet PC available for sale: Bring home @ just INR 2,500!




Published by: Shobhit Kalra
Published on: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 at 08:48 IST
Aakash tablet PC available for sale: Bring home @ just INR 2,500!
New Delhi: Country's most awaited gadget, the world's cheapest Tablet PC 'Aakash' has been put on sale. Its maker 'Datawind' has put about 30,000 tablets online at a price of INR 2500 each, with a delivery period of seven days.

You now can make Aakash yours just by visiting company's official website aakashtablet.com. As per the reports, Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli said about 30,000 tablets are put up on sale online, which will have cash on delivery of 7 days. 400,000 tablets from individuals and corporates are on pre-sale orders.

It is clearly visible that the price, the features and the technology all appeal to the Indian masses. Aakash tablet PC runs on Android 2.2 (Froyo) and comes with a 7 inch resistive touch screen with 800x480 resolutions and weighs 350 gm.

The tablet has a 256 MB RAM and an internal storage of 2GB which can be expanded up to 32 GB. Supporting formats like DOC, DOCX, PDF and PPTX etc. and comes with a 12 months replacement warranty.

If we talk about the features and specification of the cheapest tablet then it offers

  • Screen Size: 7" touch screen
  • Resolution: 800*480 pixels
  • Processor: 366 Mhz Connexant processor
  • RAM: 256MB 
  • Internal memory: 2GB
  • USB Ports: 2
  • Weighs 350gm
  • Battery: 2100 mAH 
  • WiFi: yes
  • Audio jack: 3.5mm

Warranty: 1 Yrs
Price tag: INR 2,500



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