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World's Cheapest Tablet Running Android for educational institutions

Oct 24, 2011, 10:11 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to DIPIN for this link. ]

"Akash is a new next-generation Tablet PC, which comes with attractive features. This is one of the cheapest tablet PC, which launched in India. This tab is made to the requirement of users and especially for the needs of students. The tablet comes with a 7 inch wide touch screen 480 × 800 pixels, which is based on the Android operating system 2.2 and powered by Connexant Processor.

"With Akash tablet we can work on a Wi-Fi and GPRS Internet connections. Card is integrated with social networking applications like Facebook, twitter… This card is also benefiter commercial purpose, because it is loaded into Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF tools for reading and writing documents, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc. Akash tablet has 256 megabytes of RAM and 2 GB of flash memory that has the ability expandable up to 32GB of external Micro SD card slot. 2 USB ports are available for connecting to other devices like flash drives. Card, supports multi-format music / video files, and has a long battery life offers up to 3 hours."

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