Hungry N Foolish Comes Up With the First User Review of Aakash, the World's Cheapest Tablet

Hungry N Foolish has published the first user review of the world's cheapes tablet - Aakash. You can check the detailed product review on their site.

Online PR News – 09-October-2011 – – Delhi, India: Hungry N Foolish, India's leading technology and startup site is the first media company to review the world's cheapest tablet Aakash. The Hungry N Foolish team also had a talk with the CEO of the company Datawind, which is producing the tablet on a mass scale to be sold in India for educational purposes.

Aakash tablet, previously known as the Sakshat Tablet was officially launched on 5th October, 2011, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, by the Minister of Human Resource and Development, Mr. Kapil Sibbal. With an audience comprising of 500 odd students from all across the country, institutions ranging from the NITs to the IIITs, trainers from IIT Rajasthan, who had a major contribution in the making of the device, entire media and many other dignitaries, the event was huge not only within the country but globally as well.

Aakash is a “low cost fast access cum computing device” more commonly known as a Tablet PC and has been developed as part of the National Mission On Education through Information and Communication Technology (NME-ICT) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Its test launch did not see of any detailed product review as of yet. Hungry N Foolish were one of the first ones to test it, and have written a hands-on review here

About Aakash

Aakash is a tablet computer designed in India as a low cost ($50) but full functioning device in order to attempt to bridge the digital divide. The commercial version of the tablet will be retailed under the brand name UbiSlate.

About Hungry N Foolish

Started by budding entrepreneurs and college students, Hungry N Foolish aims to be a one-stop portal covering social media, technology, mobile, and startups in India. Apart from profiling startups and breaking tech news, they also feature tips for budding Indian entrepreneurs.

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