Today Govt. on India has released it’s much awaited tablet, Aakash, at a highly subsidized price of Rs. 1400 for students (Rs. 3000 for common mass). It’s a 7 inch tablet, running on Android Froyo. Full specifications is given below.
- Screen Size : 7 Inches (18 Centimeters)
- Wi-Fi : Yes
- Media Player :Yes
- Battery Power : 180 minutes
- Operating System (OS) : Android 2.2 (Froyo)
- Video Conferencing : Yes
- USB Ports : Two
- Memory : 32 GB (expandable)
- RAM : 256 Mb (on lower side)
- CPU : 366 MHz
The tablet looks like this, which is quite similar to any Android tablet –
It’s very ordinary configuration and the tablet looks like very basic device but considering the price tag of Rs. 1400 ( even Rs. 3000), it’s a steal deal. Although it runs on Froyo currently and doesn’t seems to be up-gradable
Aakash will be first distributed among students on India (first 1000 will be free, dunno the process of getting it though). Somewhere in next year one can expect a launch of this tablet to general public at the price tag of Rs 3000.