Dirt cheap Android tablet to be released in India (the $35 tablet)

7-inch-tablet Originally planned to be priced $10, a much-hyped tablet was later revised to cost $35.

At the time of it’s release, later this month, the price apparently is revised again to cost $49 (Indian Rs. 2200).

The tablet, codenamed ‘Sakshat’ features 7-inch touchscreen. Other features include:

inbuilt keyboard, video conferencing facility, multimedia content, Wi-Fi, USB port, 32GB hard drive and 2GB RAM. The tablet will support Open Office, SciLab and Internet browsing.

It is told that the Indian government will further subsidize the cost of the table by by 50 per cent – costing around $25.

The video below demos the tablet:


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2 thoughts on “Dirt cheap Android tablet to be released in India (the $35 tablet)

  1. Only hype and annoucements !
    When are the real things going to hit the market ?

    It all sounds like the foundation laying ceremonies of government projects. By the time it is available (may be with a higher price tag) the teen ager of today may be getting the grind to find a lively hood . . . the dream of using modern technology will just remain a dream for many. While sporting new technology is fashionable for the rich its non availabity to the underprivilged is a social disparity and a failure on part of the Government.

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