Aakash Cheapest tablet in the world finally arrives
The Indian Government had finally launched its most awaited and the world’s cheapest Aakash PC. The tablet was unveiled by the Mr. Kapil Sibbal with about 500 students becoming the proud owner of this $35 cheapest tablet. After launching the world’s cheapest car its India’s second big breakthrough in the world market to show how technology can be used cheaply to provide access to masses. The general price of aakash is aimed at $35 or Rs. 1750/- for the students pursuing graduation. Aakash will be distributed first to the government colleges and then to private colleges for students. The huge demand can led to further delay in the delivery of the tablet.
Huge Subsidy for Aakash tab
The manufacture of aakash is a UK based firm DTATWIND. The launch of this tablet was delayed several time in past because of some price demand issues which are now sorted out the Aakash Tablet is finally launched. The company will send a first lot of 1,00,000 tablet to Indian government which cost about 2,256 each. The reaming price after 1,750 will be subsided by the government to the company to make the Aakash the world cheapest tablet. With a bulk of small size features the tablet it seems to be quite impressive one with this price tag.
This is one of the major break throw of India in computer market which can lead it to dominate the world computer market at cheapest rate. It has also provided an alternate to the already prevailing 100$ laptop or One laptop per child plans. Well there is not much too boost about the performance of the aakash tab we still have to wait for the tablet to prove its mettle at tech savvy generation of India and it’s no doubt that it’s going to be viral if it passes the first test.