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Book World'e Cheapest Tablet

I have booked anztoday the world's cheapest tablet, Akash. India now becoming the only country in the world to provide cheapest tablet. Akash was booked 14 lakh units just weeks after it was put up for sale online. The price of Akash is $35 almost 2,999 in Indian rupees. Demand of Akash in India is very high due to its low price. 

To cater to the 'unexpected' demand, UK-based vendor Datawind, the maker of the $35 tablet, has decided to establish three new factories - in Cochin, Noida and Hyderabad - in the first half of 2012 to assemble the tablet. Datawind currently has only one factory in Hyderabad, with its vendor Quad, which makes the LCD panel for the tablet. 

Datawind plans to put on sale online the next version of Aakash - Ubislate 7, priced at Rs 2,999, by mid-January. The newer version will come with a slot for insertion of a SIM card, for access of internet by GPRS or 2G connection. The current version of the tablet can access internet via Wi-Fi access.

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