The manufactures of the world cheapest aakash tab has reported to deliver the first lot of tablet which will constitute about 1,00,000 tablet to Indian government with each tablet costing Rs 2,256 each. The company is also planning to launch the commercial version of aakash tab with the name of Ubislate 7. The companies Hyderabad plant produces about 700 tablets per day and is expected to increase the number soon to meet the demand of people. “We are eyeing the 1 billion customers of India, there is very huge potential in Indian market for this tablet” says a company official. Few more plants are expected to b setup soon to meet the demands of the Indian students.
Huge Demand for aakash tab derails the production
Well the huge demand forecast is clear due to very low price almost every youth want to buy a tablet. Well Aakash had already established a wave of trust between the youngsters’ as they are willing to buy that tablet at the cost of mobile due to its low price tag. But the main thing it lacks is the performance even after its launch and distribution it’s looking hard for that tablet to establish a benchmark at least in low price tablet. This had already begin the price war in tablet industry and now more companies are expected to launch there low price tablet and there is more possibility that they will be a fusion of mobile and tablet.
Aakash tab to be a more handy gadget then expected
The impact of aakash is expected to huge on new generation as it not only provides the latest technology but the lower price can enable even the poorest person to own aakash. The launch of this tablet is also related to strengthen the e-learning efforts of Indian Government and to reach the masses with this simple device. There are still few concerns over the performance of the tablet which are to be sorted out to get maximum out of aakash tablet.
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