In its second incarnation, India's $35 Aaakash tablet has finally achieved the potential to revolutionize education for millions.
Still waiting for that new iPad mini? Or perhaps you couldn't wait and decided to drop $199 on some 7-inch tablet?
How about a $50 Android tablet?
Guest Post The high definition screens, faster processors, and enhanced Wi-Fi capabilities of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablets are making big news. But these tablets won’t catalyze the revolution that is waiting to happen. The magic will happen when the price-per-unit drops below $100 on its way towards $50.
An Android tablet that sells for just $35 seems like an irresistible bargain. At that price, you might even be willing to put up with some serious tradeoffs. But does the Aakash tablet work well enough to be useful?
The Indian government thinks the $35 Aakash Android tablet has the power to change the world. After testing one out, we’d tend to agree.
An Aakash tablet was brought to the VentureBeat office on Tuesday by Vivek Wadhwa, a visiting …
The Indian government and Canadian company DataWind are launching what might be the world’s cheapest tablet this week with the Aakash, a 7-inch Android tablet.
While the device will not impress Indians with high-end laptops and iPads, the Aakash tablet …