Is Apple’s iPad too pricey for you? Are the Android Honeycomb tablets cheaper, but still more then you want to be spending on a tablet? Well now you have a choice as low as $35. October 5, 2011 was the launch date in India for the world’s cheapest tablet. It’s called Aakash, or “sky” in Hindi and its running android. There is support for video conferencing, has two USB ports, a 3 hour battery life, and said to have a 660 mhz processor, but some users said it was slow. What do you expect at that price. I’m sure the people who don’t have hundreds of dollars to drop rather have a slow tablet then no tablet.
The Aakash is aimed at university students for digital learning via a government platform that distributeselectronic books and courses. You may end up paying closer to $60 in stores if you don’t get it as a student. Other features include wifi only and a resistive LCD touch screen.
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