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How popular is the world cheapest tablet? Pretty darn popular, it seems. The Aakash has already notched up 1.4 million bookings since going up for sale on December 14th, not massively surprising given the $41 (2,500 rupee) price tag. An upgraded version is already planned for March, with three new

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January 4, 2012 at 8:31AM
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India's much-hyped $35 tablet for students is a reality. But, like every other super-cheap education project, the price has jumped -- though in this case only to Rs 2,999 ($60). It turns out that the Aakash is actually an Ubislate 7 from Datawind (makers of the Pocketsurfer). Beneath the 7-inch 80

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You know what was missing from the so-call \"unveiling\" of India's $10 laptop yesterday? Photos. Now we think we know why. The $10 laptop is not a laptop at all, the display-less and keyboard-less prototype device demonstrated is just a 10 x 5-inch wide slab that stores (and apparently prints) distr

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As expected, India's government unveiled the jointly-developed \"$10 laptop\" today, now priced at $20. Unfortunately dubbed Sakshat, which ironically translates as \"before your eyes,\" the laptop is slated to ship in six months, with specs in line with what we've heard already: 2GB of storage, WiFi,

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