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Aakash tablet my unfulfilled dream: Sibal

Calling low-cost tablet PC Aakash his unfulfilled dream, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on Tuesday said he has pursued the project despite not getting support from some government departments and that the tender for manufacturing the latest version will be finalised in January.

Now, get Aakash tablet at Rs 1,500

The government will distribute the tablet to students at subsidised rate of Rs 1,130 apiece.

Aakash tablet modified version to be out in May

The tablet PC was being tested and based on feedback from students commercial production would be taken up.

Aakash II to be launched in April: Sibal

Sibal said during Question Hour in Lok Sabha that Datawind will supply one lakh high speed tablets with a longer battery life and better screen.

Has the battery run out on Aakash tablet?

Aakash, the "$35" computer launched last year in India as the world's cheapest tablet, has run into problems

Not word from Govt on restrictions: Aakash tablet maker

Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal had said that government has brought in C-DAC and ITI for production of a fully indigenous version of the Aakash tablet.

Upgraded Aakash tablet to be available at same price: Sibal

'Aakash', the world's cheapest tablet, will be fully indigenous soon and its improved version will be launched by the government at the same price.

Andhra students may get 10,000 Aakash tablets

The state government is planning to distribute the much awaited tablet among its students in two phases.

Aakash vs Classpad: The battle begins

Classpad, touted to be a competition for Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet, was conceptualised to customise education in way that every student can be reached and participate in the process of learning.

Aakash tablet available at just Rs 1000

Students from Mumbai University and 100 other varsities will be able to avail this offer.

Aakash tablet up for sale at Rs 2,500

Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet, finally hits the market as its maker Datawind puts up near about 30,000 tablets online with a price tag of Rs 2,500, with a delivery period of seven days.

Aakash tab production costs less than $35, Govt buying at $49

A dream project of the government, the 'world's cheapest tablet PC', Aakash, is being produced at less than USD 35 (approximately Rs 1,750) per unit, but the replacement warranty attached to it has led to an increase in its price by about USD 14 to USD 49.98 per piece.