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Aakash (Tablet Series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7/19/2014
05:30 | Author: Caitlin White

Aakash tablet wiki
Aakash (Tablet Series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aakash a.k.a Ubislate 7 is a series of low cost tablet computers produced by DataWind, all of which use the Android Operating System.

The Ubislate 7 series includes the following models:

All the Tablets in the series are categorized as follows:

All other models run on Android 4.0.3 Ice cream sandwich. The Ubislate 7+ runs on Android 2.2 Froyo while an update to Gingerbread is available. The tablets have a customized version of the operating system, which includes:.

The Ubislate 7+ has access to Getjar app store while others has complete access to Google Playstore.

Aakash a.k.a Ubislate 7 is a series of low cost tablet computers produced by DataWind, all of which use the Android Operating System.

The company was found in 2001 by brothers Suneet and Raja Singh Tuli, originally from Punjab. In May 2013 it was reported that the company has successfully shipped all the pre-orders dating back to December 2011. DataWind is a British Company that produce wireless web access products, and is the makers of Ubisurfer and pocketsurfer. The company was granted the contract of manufacturing low cost tablet computers to students in India, from the Ministry of H.R.D, the company also launched the tablet commercially under the name 'Ubislate 7' but was unable to market the huge demand, thus facing harsh criticism from the media. The company has offices in India, U.S and Canada.

The Ubislate 7+ had 2 GB flash memory while the final models have 4 GB flash memory. The initial model had 2 full size USB ports while in the final models hey were reduced to a single Micro USB port. The final models also features a G-Sensor for maintaining orientation. All of the models support MicroSD Cards, up to 32 GB. Like other Android devices these have no physical buttons except a Home screen button,power button and volume rocker.The final models also has a front facing VGA Camera. The Ubislate 7 Series Tablet has a 7 inch Touchscreen, 800×480 pixel resolution Ubislate 7+ uses Cortex A8 800Mhz processor (256 MB RAM) while the others have Cortex A8 1 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM. The tablets use a proprietary power connector.

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Aakash 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

5/18/2014
03:20 | Author: Caitlin White

Aakash tablet wiki
Aakash 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Aakash 2 (also sold as the Ubislate 7Ci) is an Android-based tablet computer produced by British company DataWind. In an announcement in March 2012.

Retail(start) price of Datawind UbiSlate 7Ci as of end 2013, is about 30 GBP in UK ( Europe ), about 150 PLN.

Android applications are sold via the rupee-priced Google Play app store.

Ubislate 7C+ (also regarded as Aakash 3) was released in November 2012 with SIM functionality, providing GPRS and EDGE service, along with Wi-Fi. It has a 512 MB RAM and ARM Cortex A8 processor, clocked at 1.5 GHz. It runs on Android OS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and has a front facing VGA Camera.

DataWind in its response to the accusation said that they sourced the kits from China and assembled and programmed them in India at its facilities in Amritsar, Punjab and Delhi, and then supplied the same to the Indian Government HRD.

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DataWind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3/17/2014
01:30 | Author: Caitlin White

Aakash tablet wiki
DataWind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

[edit]. In 2009, the team behind NME-ICT National Mission on Education through Information Communication Technology.

Datawind designed, developed and manufactured this first version of Aakash on the specifications set by IIT Rajasthan. It’s extremely low price garnered global attention and the tablet is now dubbed as the world’s cheapest. On October 5, 2011, Aakash 1 was launched by Kapil Sibal, the then Minister of Human Resource and Development.

As of February 2012, Datawind had over 1,400,000 pre-orders, but had only shipped 10,000 units. In a 2011 interview Datawind cited the delay in orders was due to overwhelming demand that exceeded 15 times the size of the total Indian tablet market and that it would take additional time to ramp production.

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TalkAakash (tablet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

11/26/2014
09:40 | Author: Caitlin White

Aakash tablet wiki
TalkAakash (tablet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Talk:Aakash (tablet). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Talk:Aakash tablet). Jump to: navigation, search.

-- 195.137.93.171 ( talk ) 17:24, 23 July 2010 (UTC).

According to Digit, the original Akash has been renamed Ubislate. -- Trevj ( talk ) 21:01, 3 January 2012 (UTC).

What is this section? Is it from the tender? Is it the current specs? It seems voluminous. 842U ( talk ) 14:30, 6 November 2011 (UTC). but again carries no explanation of what this information refers to.

This might be what you are looking for: http://www.ubislate.com/

Diego ( talk ) 21:15, 6 May 2012 (UTC). The New York Times is reporting that the Indian government has rejected the finished tablets and the companies DataWind and Quad Electronic are under a financial dispute., A ling of this story should be included in the article.

It seems this article is being utilized by petty competitive advertisement.

Its not a Huge government project.

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DATAWIND Makers of - Cheap Tablet phone Cheapest Android

9/25/2014
07:10 | Author: Caitlin White

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DATAWIND Makers of - Cheap Tablet phone Cheapest Android

Aakash Android Tablet - Buy Ultra-Low Priced Tablets Online In India.

(Wi-Fi, 2G Calling, 3G via Dongle, 4GB, Dual Sim).

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& 2013 DATAWIND.

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