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Aakash 3 Tablet In The Pipeline?

01/01/2013, The second most populous country in the world, India, has been going through some rather tumultuous times recently, but here is some bit of good news on the technology front – just a couple of months after the student-friendly Aakash 2 tablet (seen...

India’s $35 Aakash 2 tablet going on sale next month

09/24/2012, Bleeding edge consumers may not appreciate the Aakash 2′s meagre specs, but India is betting the concept of the uber-cheap tablet is one that could legitimately change the world. Currently, the government-subsidized Android Gingerbread slate is...

Aakash tablet delayed, Datawind ditches supplier

04/16/2012, Datawind has run out of patience with Hyderabad-based vendor Quad Electronics, as the latter has failed to deliver the Android 4.0-powered Aakash tablet as promised, resulting in the Aakash tablet being a fortnight behind schedule where deliveries for...

Aakash tablet in troubled waters?

02/22/2012, We did touch on the possibility of a $50 Aakash 2 tablet which will roll out in due time, but here is some word on the original Aakash that might have just run into trouble. This $35 tablet device that rolled out in India last year proved to be the...

Aakash 2 to cost around $50 as well

02/20/2012, Aakash, a tablet that is proudly made in India and has proven to be one of the cheapest tablets to date, will be getting a sequel that is unimaginatively called the Aakash 2. This new tablet too, will be announced by the government, although according to...

Aakash tablet gets a hands-on preview

10/06/2011, Remember the $35 tablet that we covered yesterday? Well, the folks over at Hungry N Foolish were one of the selected people chosen to test the tablet and they have written up their hands-on impression of the device. Judging by their report, they seem...

Aakash: world’s cheapest Android tablet launches in India

10/05/2011, Just when we thought tablets couldn’t get any cheaper than the $99 HP TouchPad, it looks like we’re proven wrong. Today, the Indian government has started offering slightly subsidized Android tablets for $35 apiece. Designed to bring students...