The Android-powered Iconia B1 is reportedly set to arrive in India before the end of January. But instead of being called the Iconia B1, it will be called simply Iconia B, and priced at $149.
With the Aakash 2, Datawind and the Indian government hope to put a capable yet highly affordable tablet into the hands of Indian students. The big question is whether or not a $21 tablet will be powerful and practical enough for student use in India.
We all remember the initial excitement surrounding the Aakash, an Android tablet that the Indian government promised was going to be available to millions of students across the country for the equivalent of $35. And we also remember that nothing went as planned.
The India-bound Aakash tablet made waves in the technology media for its dream of providing cheap tablets to the educational sector (among others) in this developing market. The tablet also drew flak for its creator’s inability to adequately meet demand. But will the cheap tablet trend catch on with the rest of the world?
The good news for Indian developers is that Google now allows them to submit paid apps and apps that make use of subscriptions and in-purchases. Up until now, Indian devs were only able to submit free apps to the virtual marketplace.
The UbiSlate 7Ri, 7R+, 7Ci, and 7C+ are the four newly unveiled slates, all sporting 7-inch screens and all ready to go on sale at unbelievably low prices. Though we don’t have many photos starring the four tabs, these shouldn’t look very different on the outside, and their innards will be similar as well.
Asus has taken the Padfone on a world tour, but there are several countries on the map that the company hasn’t included so far, such as India. If word on the street is accurate, that may about to change real soon.
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Following the release of HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3, the third quad-core Android smartphone from a major manufacturer, the LG Optimus 4X HD, is set make its debut in... India and Singapore.
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Despite the spotlight that the HTC One series has r...