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World’s Cheapest Tablet – Aakash From India – Rs. 2,999

Specially good news for all the students. Because, Datawind, the maker of the world’s cheapest tablet [ UbiSlate 7+ (Upgraded Aakash) ] has put up for sale about 250,000 tablets online at a price of Rs 2,999 each including all taxes and a 12-month warranty. Sold out for January, February 2012.Datawind CEO and founder is Suneet Singh Tuli.Father’s name of Suneet Singh is Engg.

Lakhbir Singh.His elder brother Raja Singh Tuli founder of world’s biggest fax machine.His brother’s name recorded in “Guinness Book Of Record”. Sales bookings for the world’s cheapest tablet,14 lakh Aakash Tablets booked in 14 days.

So, Now we are discussing the features of Aakash Tablet- UbiSlate Netbook – Datawind Ubislate
World's Cheapest Tablet - Aakash From India - Rs. 2,999
  • High Quality Web Anytime, Anywhere.
  • Connect via GPRS or WiFi
  • GPRS: Embedded modern eliminates the need of external dongles and allow internet access anywhere
  • WiFi: Allows fast Youtube videos at hotspots
  • Fast web access even on GPRS networks, across the country using DataWind’s patented acceleration technology
  • Web, Email, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Youtube and much much more!
  • High Quality Video Streaming & HD Quality Video Playback
  • Games, Full Office Suite, Educational Software, Over 150.000 app!
  • Expandable memory to 32GB
  • Use any ordinary pen drive
  • And it’s phone to make and receive voice calls
Pricing Rs.2,499/- Rs.2,999/-
Microprocessor Arm11 – 366Mhz Cortex A8 – 700 Mhz
Battery 2100 mAh 3200 mAh
OS Android 2.2 Android 2.3
Network WiFi WiFi & GPRS (SIM & Phone functionality)
Specifications Aakash (UbiSlate7  UbiSlate 7+ (Upgraded Aakash)

Aakash(Ubislate7) SOLD OUT But you can always Pre-Book your UbiSlate7+ by clicking on the Pre-Book Button

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2 Responses to "World’s Cheapest Tablet – Aakash From India – Rs. 2,999"

  1. anish says:

    Though it says , 2999 is the cost I had come across with an article in” MAIL TODAY(JANUARY 13,FRIDAY 2012,PAGE:27)” in which I read, ruppees of 799 will be extra charged for the ubislate 7 as the datawind is not taking the sales contract ; which would add-up a total amount of 3798 for the ubslate 7(where there is no discount expected for this version Akash 2 as of it is being launced by a Taiwan based company).Have anyone read about this ?If not,eventually you will.I think this is the business startegy of many mncs where people just keep on booking and theY put their product on hold for a longer period of time so as to keep the hidden cost ” HIDDEN”" itself.After getting more booking they make people awaiting,and finally they deliver the product not just to you but to the entire 20-25 lakhs of booked ones.There by, they get a ransome amount of 799 extra on each piece which would definitely add-up a sum of rupees 1999500000(in millions))) !wow good business strategy.huh.right?Though this was first introduced by HRD of the India government exclusively for Indian students and that too just for 2225 rupees.Why this has been given to another Taiwan Based company?and why not to the same Data Wind.This is What we call “”politricks”" in India.We may wait and watch what could happen next as all Indians do.(PRAYING TO GOD NOT TO HEAR ANY SCAMS AGAIN LIKE THAT OF 2G AFTER THIS “”"”PIECE OF RED MEAT”")Why the government is keeping quite for this 3798 amount instead 2225(I can understand a price of 2999 as this is of an upgradable version) but again 799 ruppees for each piece?For What?I recommend no one should go for this if anyone is asked to pay a single penny extra from 2999.

  2. techni says:

    It’s amazing to this wonderful but cheapest tablet. Very affordable for students.

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