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Jan 8, 2012

Aakash table Details Specification Know How

The Aakash is an Android tablet computer jointly developed by the London-based company DataWind with the Indian Institute of Technology Rajasthan. It is manufactured by the India-based company Quad, at a new production centre in Hyderabad — under a trial run of 100,000 units. The tablet was officially launched as the Aakash in New Delhi on Oct 5, 2011. A substantially upgraded second generation model called UbiSlate 7+ is projected for manufacture beginning in early 2012.
The 7-inch touch screen tablet features 256 MB RAM memory, uses an ARM 11 processor with the Android 2.3 operating system, has two universal serial bus (USB) ports and delivers high definition (HD) quality video. For applications, the Aakash will have access to Getjar, an independent market, rather than the Android Market.
As a multi-media platform, the Aakash project was beset by delays and setbacks. The device was developed as part of the country's aim to link 25,000 colleges and 400 universities in an e-learning program. Originally projected as a "$35 laptop", the device will be sold to the Government of India at $50[3] and will be distributed at a government subsidized price of $35. A commercial version of Aakash is currently marketed as UbiSlate 7+ at a price of $60
UbiSlate 7+, the commercial version of Aakash Developer DataWind with IIT Rahasthan.

Introductory price 2999
Operating system Android 2.3
CPU Cortex A8-700 MHz processor
Storage capacity Flash memory
Internal - 2 GB Flash
External - 2GB to 32 GB microSD slot
Display 800 × 480 px
7 in (18 cm) diagonal
Input Multi-touch resistive touchscreen,
headset controls
Camera None
Connectivity GPRS and Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)
Online services Getjar marketplace
(not Android marketplace)
Dimensions 190.5 mm (7.50 in) (h)
118.5 mm (4.67 in) (w)
15.7 mm (0.62 in) (d)
Weight 350 g (12 oz)
Aakash for students
UbiSlate 7+:for all
Arm11 – 366Mhz
Cortex A8 – 700 Mhz
Random Access Memory (RAM)
256 MB RAM
2100 mAh
3200 mAh
Android 2.2 Froyo
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
WiFi & GPRS Phone network
Made in
50% off for Indian Students
Foreign product

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