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Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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Aakash 2 to be launched soon: Kapil Sibal-New Aakash which costs Rs 2,276.

Aakash 2 to be launched soon: Kapil Sibal
An upgraded version of Aakash -- the low cost tablet billed as the cheapest computer in the world for students and the teaching community, is set to be launched "very soon", HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said today.

The improved version is fitted with a faster processor and enhanced battery life among other features.

"It (the idea of low cost computer) was rejected throughout the world and it was said that India would not be able to make it. Our HRD ministry was committed to the Aakash project and ultimately we came out with the first version of the Aakash which costs Rs 2,276.

"Now, Aakash-2 has been rolled out with battery life of three hours, 800MHz processor, providing internet access everywhere and it has a capacitive screen. The process to distribute this device has begun and it would be formally launched very soon," Sibal said here.

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India upgrades 'world's cheapest tablet' Aakash

Aakash 2 tablet computer  
The Aakash 2 will be faster and more capable than its predecessor
India has unveiled a new version of what it says is the "world's cheapest tablet computer" - the Aakash 2.
The device, primarily for students, is to be sold for 2,263 rupees ($40; £26). It has a faster processor, longer battery life and more programming capability than an earlier version.
The government believes that low-cost tablets can help revolutionise internet access across India.
But distribution has been an issue, with few schools receiving the tablets.
A right to information request filed by Indian media blog Medianama showed that only 572 of the first devices have been distributed, reaching fewer than 20 colleges.
"There was some delay in taking the project forward for reasons I don't want to go into," Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal told a group of teachers and students who had gathered to see the Aakash 2.
The Aakash 2 sample devices are now being tested, with manufacturing projected to start by July or August.
UK-based company Datawind, which faced criticism over delivery of the Aakash 1 in 2011, will manufacture the Aakash 2.
Bombay IIT, an engineering institution, aims to distribute 100,000 tablets to engineering colleges by the end of the year. It says it will use software to track the devices.
'Fully-fledged computer' Like its predecessor, the Aakash 2 allows users to watch online tutorials and videos, browse the internet and play games.
"It's a fully-fledged computer, not just an access device," said Prof DB Phatak from Bombay IIT. "The applications and the content on Aakash 2 are most important, not just the device."
The new version of the Aakash tablet has an 800Mhz processing speed, a three-hour battery life and operates on the latest Android software.
It also has an SD card slot, a USB port and works over wi-fi. It does not have 3G capability, however, so users need access to a good internet connection.
Bombay IIT has developed new apps like interactive class quiz programme Clicker and Sci-lab, which allows students to conduct interactive classes.

World Leaders Showing Interest in Cheapest Tablet PC Aakash

NEW DELHI: Aakash, billed as the world's cheapest tablet PC, has evinced a lot of interest among several world leaders and international organisations like UNESCO and World Bank, HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said.


"Several prime ministers and ministers have evinced interest in Aakash who want it for their country in thousands," he told reporters here without elaborating.

He, however, said that during his recent visit to UNESCO, the president of the general council displayed the tablet to the audience while the World Bank showed it among the board of directors.

He said the International Finance Corporation, which coordinates its activities with other institutions of the World Bank group, can also collaborate with India for improving the device.

The tablet, costing 2,276, was launched on October 5 and it will be available at around half this price to students as part of government's programme to expand education through information technology.

An initial order of one lakh devices has been placed with device maker Datawind.

Sibal said phase II of the device will be much more advanced and will be available at the same price of $35.

"It will have much higher processor, touch screen and longer battery life," he said.

Talking about his trip to the U.S. where he chaired the first Indo-US higher education summit, Sibal said an American delegation will be visiting India next month to carry ahead the partnership in this field.

DataWind named among World's 50 Most Innovative Companies - By FastCompany

For making the world’s cheapest tablet computer ($35) for Indian students. This small British tech company makes Aaakash, an Android device with a 7-inch touchscreen, 3-hour battery life, and 32 GB of storage that will be available starting at $35 for students. The Indian government also plans to purchase and give away 100,000 to schoolchildren and hopes to have millions in use within a few years. Aakash comes pre-loaded with a few apps, but it's not an app platform since it can't access the Android Marketplace. The tablet has been extensively tested in 118 degree Fahrenheit conditions to replicate summers in northern India.

Aakash Tablet's Features

Anytime & Anywhere Internet access with Cellular connectivity for only Rs. 98/- per month (in India only)
Connect via GPRS or WiFi
GPRS: Embedded modem eliminates the need for external dongles and allows Internet access everywhere
WiFi: Allows fast Youtube videos at hotspots
Fast web access even on GPRS networks, across the country using DataWind's patented acceleration technology
Web, Email, Facebook and much much more!
High Quallity Video Streaming & HD Quality Video Playback
Games, Full Office suite, Educational software, Over 150,000 apps!
Expandable memory to 32GB
Use any ordinary pen-drive
Even plug-in a 3G dongle
And it's a Phone to make/receive voice calls

Android OS 2.3
Cortex A8, 700 Mhz Processor with HD Video Co Processor
256 MB RAM
Storage: (Internal) 2GB Flash / (External) 2GB to 32GB Supported
Peripherals: 2 Standard USB Ports (Ver. 2.0)
Audio Out: 3.5mm jack
Display and Resolution: 7" Display with 800x480 pixels
Supported Document Formats: All Version Office Document formats and many more
High Quality Video Streaming & HD Quality Video Playback
Input Devices: Resistive Touch Screen
Connectivity with GPRS & WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g
Battery: Upto 180 minutes of battery, AC adaptor 200.240 volts


The UbiSlate7+ is an Android 2.3 touch screen tablet that has a HD video co-processor for a high-quality multimedia experience and core graphics accelerator for faster application support. This tablet is the only Android device in the market to offer DataWind's UbiSurfer browser, based on 18 international patents. The UbiSurfer browser accelerates web pages by factors of 10x to 30x, allowing for a web experience who's speed is unrivalled. Internet access is available everywhere on a GPRS network at Rs.98/mo. for 2GB
The device includes WiFi & GPRS connectivity allowing anytime & anywhere internet access and phone functionality. Optional 3G modems are also supported via USB. In addition to a micro-SD card slot, a full-sized USB port is integrated into the unit allowing pen-drives, external keyboards, web-cams, dongles and other inexpensive peripherals to be attached.
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Akash tablet - Ubislate 7 FAQ's

People in India are going mad with the release of akash tablet, which is being promted with the name of Ubislate. Here in this article I am going to attempt some frequently asked questions about akash tablet which is live on sale - Pre-book.

1. What is Ubislate 7+?
Ans: It is the upgraded version of akash tablet. At initial days of pre-book it was being promoted as Ubislate 7 and basic version with the name of Akash tablet only. It is to be noted that, now basic version is called as Ubislate 7 & Upgraded version is Ubislate 7+.

2. How much do I need to pay for the basic version?
Ans: 2499 for Akssh tablet + 199 as Delivery charges & For Ubislate 7+ - 2,999

3.I have booked my tablet in mid December it self. They said that the product will be delivered in within 7 days. But till now I haven't received the product. What should I do now?
Ans: If a mail delivered to you stating booking id, then no need to worry. Datawind team (maker of Ubislate) will communicate to either by e-mail or by phone. Wait for your turn.

4. How can I get tablet ASAP?
Ans: If you got mail from Datawind with the subject line saying" Your Aakash ablet PC is here! Delivery in 5-7 business days", please go through the mail choose one of the payment mode. I recommend online payment option as the cash on delivery makes you to wait for few more days.

5. Are there any contact number available to make any enquiry?
Ans: Yes, here you go - 1800 180 2180

6. What is the exact delivery date for the product?
Ans: Generally, the people who booked the product in first week of booking(starting from Dec. 15) they may get the tablet in late january, 2012.
As per official website upto february the inventory is sold-out. If you book now you may get it on or after March 2012

7. Does the company provide Warranty for Akash tablet?
Ans: Both Ubislate 7 and Ubislate 7+ comes with 1 year warranty.

8. What type of the screen does the akash tablet will have? is it capacitive or Resistive screen?
Ans: Obviously it will comes with Resistive screen only(price tag is major constraint for this).

9. Does Ubislate 7+ support flash player?

As per Adobe's flash standards it is fully compatible.
Minimum requirements for flash support.
  • ARM V7 Processor with minimum 550MHz
  • Android 2.2
  • 256 MB RAM
YOu can also check from Adobe official website

Ubislate 7+ is having:
  • Cortex A8 - ARM V7 Processor - 700 MHz
  • Android 2.3
  • 256 MB RAM

10. How many days will the battery lasts for?
Ans: Basic version is having 2100 mAh battery - is expected to work for 1:30 - Hours with continuous usage. Ubislate 7+ is having 3200 mAh battery built in will work for 5-6 hours with continuous usage.

Aakash 2 Launch in April 2012

The upgraded version of the cheapest Android Tablet, Aakash will be available from April 2012, HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said. The next version of Aakash touted as Aakash II will be available with much better configuration at the same price point as the original Aakash.

Kapil Sibal said in Lok Sabha that DataWind will supply 1 Lakh tablets with 700 MHz Cortex A8 processor, 3200mAH battery and a capacitive touch screen. Aakash II will now support a longer battery life and a much better touch screen.
Aakash 2 April 2012 Launch thumb Aakash 2 Launch in April 2012
Aakash II will be available for Rs. 2250 for students which can be subsidised by Government which will further reduce its price to Rs. 1250.
It is also worth knowing that Aakash was launched last year. It carried a 7” screen size with Android 2.2 OS running on 366 MHz Arm 11 processor with a 2100mAh battery.

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

inally you can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world. From 2 Months, people are eagerly waiting for this tab to come into market. Since we all know that there are two versions in Aakash Tablet, one is the student version which is named as Aakash Tablet and another is Ubislate 7 which is an upgrade version of Aakash Tablet.

Order Your Aakash Tablet Now : Only Online

People have a lot of questions on the Aakash Tablet, which made us to write a post called : Aakash Ubislate 7 Tablet FAQ where we discussed almost all doubts asked by our readers. And according to the government of India, The ultimate goal of making this Aakash Tablet is to provide quality education with help of latest technology like android and also to provide better features for students for a lesser cost when compared to other tabs. To make it even more better, the Aakash Tablet is upgraded to a new version called Ubislate 7. This is commercially available to everyone and everywhere in India. This commercial version of Ubislate 7 can be pre-booked now, so that you can get the delivery in the last week of January 2012.
Whereas Aakash Tablet is only for students where you can restrict your children from misusing the GPRS features like Using a phone SIM card to make calls and to browser more Internet. You can book your Aakash Tablet only via Online and the delivery will be done within a week’s time. You can pay the cash on delivery, which is seriously amazing. If you want to change your mind and shift the order from Aakash Tablet to Ubislate 7, its never late. You can cancel the order when they call you to confirm the order. If you want to check out the specification of both Aakash Tablet and Ubislate 7, then take a look at the above screenshot.

According to me, if you want no GPRS for you Tablet, then you can go for the Aakash Tablet, which you can book it now itself. And if you want a amazing 700Mhz Cortex A8 M microprocessor, with a 3200 mAh battery power then wait for Ubislate 7. The Aakash Tablet is having Android 2.2 as its operating system, where as Ubislate 7 is having Android 2.3 as the operating system. The best part in Ubislate 7 is the availability of GPRS, where you can connect you SIM card and use the tablet as a phone. And if you want to

Order your Aakash Tablet now, Click here : Book Aakash Tablet - Student Version for Rs: 2,500

Pre-book the Ubislate Tablet, Click here : Pre-book Ubislate 7 – Commercial Version for Rs: 2,999

For more information, You can go the Official Page of Aakash - Aakash Tablet, Aakash Ubislate

Please not that there is no pre payment for booking Aakash Tablet. The only way is to pay cash on delivery. It might take a week’s time to deliver the Tablet. You can book you Aakash only via Online as mentioned above. If you have any queries, please leave a comment. Please share the news with your friends and Order Your Aakash Tablet Now.