More details on India’s $35 Aakash tablet
In another 90 minutes, Indian Union Minister for Human Resource Development Kapil Sibal will be unveiling the so-called “$35 tablet”, which will be sold for INR 2999 ($60) to retail consumers. But, we have all the details for you even before the launch; we have reported that the tablet will be called Aakash for students and Ubislate for retail consumers.
According to Datawind, the government version “Aakash” will not have GPRS connectivity, just WiFi and a total of 100,000 units will be manufactured on the pilot basis first.
Here are the full specifications of this tablet:
- Android 2.2
- 7 inch Resistive touchscreen
- Connexant processor with Graphics accelerator
- 256 MB RAM
- 2GB Flash memory
- Full sized-USB port & Micro-SD slot
- 3.5mm jack