In India low cost tablet has been receiving an overwhelming support from students and the general public alike. It was only last week when the Aakash tablet was released online and has already sold out what is touted as the world’s cheapest tablet. And the next cheap Android tablet comes to India is Ubislate 7 (US$10 more than the original Aakash), and will be sponsored by Government as like Aakash tablet. The tablet also will be produced by hardware manufacturer DataWind.
The Ubislate 7 tablet will be powered by Android 2.3, Cortex A8 700 MHz processor and backed by 256 MB RAM. Packed with 7-inch touchscreen display (800×480 of resolution), the tablet also comes sporting HD video playback support, one USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi and GPRS connectivity, 2GB internal storage (which can be expanded to 32GB via microSD), and a new 3200 mAh battery with 3 hours of backup life.
The Ubislate 7 Android Tablet was actually announced a few weeks back, but is now available for pre-order, priced at US$57 (Approx INR 2,999). The Ubislate 7 is scheduled to be launched in January next year. DataWind will produce, via QUAD Electronics in Hyderabad, about 1,000 units daily.