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Datawind UbiSlate Android Tablets Coming to the US from $38

If you thought Android tablet prices in the US have hit the lowest it can get just because some manufacturers are selling theirs for under $100, you may be surprised to know that there are cheaper tablets coming next year and they will be selling retailing for less than India’s Aakash 2 $40 tablet for

Is The Aakash Tablet Made In China?

The Aakash tablet has been a source of pride for Indians both for its being budget-friendly and its made in India label. The tablet is supplied by Datawind, a Canadian company which ensures that the first 10,000 units of the tablet are delivered to Indian schools. However, officials at Chinese companies say that the second-generation

Aakash 2 Alternatives

The follow-up to the popular Aakash tablet was just recently launched in India. Called the Aakash 2, the tablet offers some improvements over the specifications of the original, many of which received criticism for being supposedly substandard. Now, the new Aakash packs a 7 inch multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x

Aakash Tablet To Be Presented In UN Event

The Aakash tablet will be presented at a United Nations event in India this coming November 28, according to Hardeep Singh Puri, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN. Invitations to the event will be sent out to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, among other officials. Tasked to make the presentation is Suneet Singh Tuli, the

Datawind Introduces New Budget Tablets

Datawind, the British company behind the low-priced Aakash tablet, has once again released new budget-friendly Android devices for the Indian market. Datawind became popular because of its partnership with the Indian government to provide inexpensive Android-based tablets for the country’s schools. However, the tablets had received a lot of criticism. To address its issues, Datawind