Govt. to provide Aakash 2 (Tablet) in just 1,500 INR

The Telecom and IT Minister, Kapil Sibal said that the Government ready to provide Aakash Tablet to the peoples at a cost of Rs.1,500/- and for the students for Rs.1,130. Sibal in New delhi said there that he requested the Director General of C-DAC to help the students to realize their dream of seeing carry Aakash tablet in their hands.

Launched on November 11th, 2012 by the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, the second version of Aakash is designed, developed and manufactured by DataWind based its proposed improvements to Aakash 1. The product is currently being supplied to IIT Bombay, who in turn is tasked with application development, content integration, field testing and deployment. The reviews for Aakash 2 have been very strong globally and on November 28th, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon launched it at the United Nations in New York.
The commercial version of Aakash 2 is offered in the Indian market as the UbiSlate 7Ci.
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