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With Aakash 3 already in the works, what happened to the Aakash 2?

Datawind released an update on the current status of shipments of the Aakash 2 tablets, while also releasing information about the Aakash 3 tablet.
Ankit BanerjeeMarch 26, 201352 shares
 

Aakash 2 tablet officially unveiled, to cost only $21 for Indian students

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 ...
AdrianNovember 12, 2012158 shares
 

The Datawind Ubislate 7Ci tablet sells for $40 but can it compete?

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 ...
J. Angelo RacomaOctober 20, 2012127 shares
 

Datawind unveils four new India-bound UbiSlate tablets, to start at $55 with ICS and 1 GHz CPU

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 ...
AdrianSeptember 17, 201262 shares
 

Aakash 2 tablet still coming, to cost only $21 for Indian students and $65 for other users

After what was not exactly a big hit, many wondered if one of the world’s cheapest tablets will ever get a sequel. Made available to Indian students for the equivalent of ...
AdrianAugust 9, 201259 shares
 

India’s Aakash 2 tablet now costs $40, receives hardware upgrade in version 2.0

The world’s cheapest tablet computer, as the Indian Government likes to call their Aakash tablet, is about to be upgraded to version 2.0, and will receive a ...
LucianJune 26, 201246 shares
 

$35 Aakash 2 coming, with better hardware and Ice Cream Sandwich

The first generation Aakash Android-based tablet made quite a fuss last year, with people equally praising and criticizing the gadget. On one side, there were the technology ...
AdrianApril 10, 201243 shares
 

An Android tablet at less than $40? Yes, you read that right

Over the years, you’ve probably seen quite a few bargains online or at your local carrier. Remember the great $99 TouchPad firesale? Well, here is an Android tablet ...
Danic FilipMarch 27, 201254 shares
 

The $47 Aakash Android Tablet Should Not Be Dismissed So Easily

Some people seem to think that because the $47 ($23 for students) Android tablet from the Indian Government is built with the minimum necessary specs for it to function, then ...
LucianJanuary 30, 201241 shares
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