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India launches "Aakash" the $35 priced world's chepeast tablet computer

As blogged earlier the $35 world's cheapest tablet computer by Indian government aimed at students is finally out. The tablet dubbed "Aakash " will be subsidized by Indian government and will be distributed to students for just US$35 - developed by an UK-based company DataWind in collaboration with Indian Institute of Technology (Rajasthan) the commercial version of the tablet will be called "UbiSlate" and is expected to retail for $60.

Aimed to fill-in the digital divide between poor and rich "Aakash" tablet is powered By Android OS supporting resistive touch-screen, web browsing and video conferencing, it has a three-hour battery life and comes equipped with two USB ports - complete specifications, images and demo video can be found at -

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