Feb 24, 2012

The Better Aakash Tablet Expected Around April / May

Its quite well known that the first version of Aakash - the world's cheapest tablet had some serious flaws. Its had several performance issues and a weak processor and an even weaker battery led to several questions being raised about the credibility of the device.

Now the good news is that an upgraded version of the tablet is expected to be available around April or May this year. The new version which reportedly has been indigenously developed promises better performance and a longer battery life.

Speaking to the media, Dr D Purendeswari, Union Minister of State for Human Resources Development today said that, "The new tablet was completely indigenous, and defects noticed in the earlier version had been rectified". The tablet would be launched in April or May without (any) hike in price, she said.

Its also quite evident now that Datawind, the company originally entrusted with the development of Aakash, might no longer be associated with the improved version of the tablet. 

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