Worlds Cheapest Tablet Aakash On Sale
DataWind, the Canadian company that produces Aakash, started the online booking and pre-booking the much awaited low-cost Android tablet. Online booking is for the student version of the reservation is for pre compressed UbiSlate 7, the improved version of Aakash.
Aakash student version will be available for Rs 2500 and will be delivered within seven days. The commercial version, UbiSlate 7 is priced at Rs 2999. The method of payment for the two tables is cash on delivery.
The commercial version of Aakash tablet will be equipped with Android 2.3 and has a resistive touch screen Cortex-A8 700 MHz and a graphics accelerator HD, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal memory.
Other specifications are a standard USB port, 3.5mm audio jack, a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixel resistive touch screen, GPRS and WiFi support.
"The improved version of Aakash tablet will be available in stores by the end of January," a spokesman told The Indian mobile DataWind.
The tablet should be available in retail stores by the end of November. "The delay in availability was due to upgradation of the tablet in the tablet and some unexpected delays in the manufacturing sector," the spokesman said.
To pre-book for students and books and commercial versions, respectively Aakash tablet, users must visit DataWind and fill in the required form. At the time of booking, will receive a book ID and a message will state, "You will receive a confirmation email from our support team with the details."
For users of pre-booking you will receive a confirmation message that will be the state ", the commercial version of the Akash UbiSlate 7 would be launched in first week of December. After the commercial launch, put us in touch with you to deliver the product as soon as possible. "
In fact, the reader will see a confirmation contain errors of fact that the cell had previously reported the Indian Aakash tablet will be available only at the end of January.
Datawind has paved the way will be to establish the identity of students who book the cheapest version of Aakash compressed. When the spokesman for the Indian mobile Datwind contacted, said, "Anyone can book a student version of Aakash tablets."
This defeats the purpose of providing students with a convenient tablet that now anyone can place an order for the tablet. It is interesting to note that it is now revealed that the government has bought only 10,000 Aakash tablets for distribution in schools and universities of the initial proposal of a lakh.
It seems that the company was eager to begin the booking process and has not done his duty is not correct, before you look.