As the days are passing by, we are getting a better picture of of Aakash tablet gradually. In a recent report, Economy Times unearthed a bit more about pricing details of Aakash tablet. As per Suneet Singh Tuli,the CEO of Datawind, Government of India has asked the company for replacement of Aakash tablet if anyone comes to company reporting a manufacturing defect. Normally most of the companies do not give a replacement warranty on electronic gadgets. To meet with this replacement policy of Aakash tablet, Datawind will charge additional $14 to end users. Continue reading "Aaaksh Tablet To Get Dearer By $14 If Opted For Replacement Warranty"
The mystery tablet, claimed to be world's cheapest tablet PC running on android, is now available for Indians. This tablet was launched by HRD minister Kapil Sibbal and it is branded as "Aakash" for Indian market. The first lot of 7000 of Aakash will be distributed in schools and colleges across India in coming days. Indian government is planning to distribute 1 crore (10 million) such tablets in near future. Continue reading "World’s Cheapest Tablet “Aakash” Is Here | Commercially Available For $60"