Aakash 2 up for Grab in Rajasthan


Aakash 2 up for Grab in Rajasthan

‘Aakash 2’, the most awaited successor of Aakash Tablet is available for booking in Rajasthan. According to our sources in Jaipur, the pre-bookings for the months of January, February and March are already full. So now you’d be getting the product in April if you book soon.

 
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Aakash 2 up for Grab in Rajasthan

‘Aakash 2’, the most awaited successor of Aakash Tablet is available for booking in Rajasthan. According to our sources in Jaipur, the pre-bookings for the months of January, February and March are already full. So now you’d be getting the product in April if you book soon.

It would be more beneficial for students if they ask their Schools or Universities to provide them the booking sources. As students are the main targets in this concept of Indian government, a student you can get it at much lower cost than available in the open market bookings. Default price stands at 2,999 INR.

Taking a leap in the tablet development sector, Government of India introduced the concept of ‘Aakash’ aka ‘Sakshat’ in the previous year. As promised, bookings of ‘Aakash’ opened in late December last year. But when ‘Aakash’ came into action, various issues related to its working and performance came into spotlight.

The major issues were as follows:

· No android marketplace.

· Low RAM.

· Heating issues.

· Less backup time.

· No inbuilt webcam

· Lower resolution

To sort out few major issues Datawind, maker of ‘Aakash’ came up with ‘Aakash 2 aka ‘Ubislate 7+Tablet. The broad features of this tablet are:

· Android 2.3, Gingerbread OS

· Cortex A8 – 700 Mhz processor

· HD Video co-processor · Support for optional 3G modems · Supports Wi-Fi, GPRS and 3G(probably) · 1 GB RAM · Multitasking environment · SIM and phone functionality For pre-bookings the Institutes or individuals may refer to www.ubislate.com References: www.ubislate.com

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