When the Aakash 2 was showed at the UN, the officials became much impressed. It is said that the Aakash 3 will have a mass production of 50 lakh units at the initial phase. Later, it will be expanded according to the necessities of schools and colleges worldwide. However, the gadget will be available only in India at the first stage.
The Aakash 3 will also be run by Android's parent Operating System, Linux. These all calculate that India will be again placed in the history books by means of the Aakash tablets. Moreover, the third generation tablet will be more priced slightly as in includes a lot of useful features.
The Aakash 2 which was recently launched in India added new milestone to the tableting world. The tablet is built by a Canadian firm, DataWind. It's a hardware manufacturing company. In fact it's the Ubislate 7 is known as the Aakash Tablet. Talking on the specification of the Aakash, it comes with a powerful 1GHz Cortex A8 processor. Supported by a RAM of 512 MB, the gadget does it job pretty well. Operating System, Google's Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) powers the device to the next level of experience.
The device is comprised of a 7 inch, multi-touch capacitive screen. A resolution of 800 x 480 pixels somewhat satisfies display freaks. The memory drive is blessed by a 4 GB of internal storage. Moreover, it can be expanded up to 32 GB using a microSD card. Though a battery of 3200 mAh is not at all enough, it holds the screen turned on up to 3 hours. Outside the country, the Aakash Tablet 2 is called as Ubislate 7+. The India Government pays Rs.2263 per tablet to DataWind. At a subsidized amount, the Government supplies the product for just Rs.1130 in educational institutions.When the tablet comes into the commercial, it is tagged a reasonable price of Rs.3500 and sold as the Ubislate Uci.
As tablets influence much students as well as everyone today, let's hope the Aakash series will bring more beauty for a revolutionary tablet world where tons of papers are saved.