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AaKash : India's own low priced Tablet

Finally India produces it's own version of homegrown tablet. And here it is

The wait for the world's cheapest tablet is finally over! The $35 tablet nicknamed Aakash was launched today and will be available at retail stores at a maximum retail price of Rs 2999 ($60), said its maker Datawind. The Aakash tablet, previously nicknamed as Sakshat, looks different from the prototype flaunted by the telecom minister Kapil Sibal last year. However, the specs of the device are same as previously reported.

However it seems that currently there are two versions available at the present.

Version 1 Specs: 

Android 2.2Screen Size is  7″ ResistiveProcessor: 366 MHz + another processor for Graphics or HD VideoRAM : 256 MBFlash memory: 2GB + 2GB Micro-SD (expandable up to 32 GB)USB ports: 2Battery Power is 2100mAHAnd the Version 2 adds the following in it
The $60 tablet for retail sales has an inbuilt cellular modem and SIM to access internet, which will be absent in the $35 device, supplied to the…