Book Online Worlds Cheapest Tablet Aakash

If you guys still don’t know about world’s cheapest tablet PC, Aakash which is going to cost $35 (Around 1750 INR) than I must tell you Aakash is been launched in India and by its launch its have been become India’s first cheapest tablet which is amazing.

Update No need to wait for long the time is arrived Akash Tablet is now available online. You can order Akash online now or can pre-order Ubislate 7 which will be out late January. Ubislate7+ (The upgraded version of Aakash) cost Rs. 2,999 available to pre-order.

We all know Indian government have not yet launched Akash in market but have given it to 500 students to test and to get reviews. But still will show you the way to Book Aakash Online.

Book Online Worlds Cheapest Tablet Aakash

If you wish to book UBISLATE7 Aakash, now – visit the link. There you will find one form on the left side of the page, fill it and wait for its availability which is late November. Also, you will get an email from Datawind which will tell you the products features and other details, like this.

Book Online Worlds Cheapest Tablet Aakash

And those who are still new to Worlds Cheapest Tablet Aakash here I lsited its features:

Unbeatable Price:

  • Only Rs.2,999 for the UbiSlate
  • Monthly internet charges: Rs.98 / 2GB

High Quality Web Anytime & Anywhere:

  • Connect via GPRS or WiFi
  • GPRS: Embedded modem eliminates the need for external dongles and allows Internet access everywhere
  • WiFi: Allows fast Youtube videos at hotspots
  • Fast web access even on GPRS networks, across the country using DataWind’s patented acceleration technology
  • Web, Email, Facebook, Twitter and much much more!

Multimedia Powerhouse:

  • HD Quality Video
  • Watching movies in the palm of your hand on a 7” screen
  • Audio library software helps manage your full collection of songs

Applications Galore with Android 2.2:

  • Games
  • Productivity software: Office suite
  • Educational software
  • Over 150,000 apps!

Full sized-USB port & Micro-SD slot And it’s a Phone!

  • Expand memory to 32GB
  • Use any ordinary pen-drive
  • Even plug-in a 3G dongle

The Most Exciting Tablets Available in 2011

The tablet market exploded this year, with a slew of great models hitting the market. Essentially, a tablet PC 2011 is a great internet-ready device that has a similar operating system and user interface to a smartphone, but running on a larger screen. This makes them perfect for watching video online as well as social messaging, email and the like. But with so many great tablet PCs and pads out there, which should you go for? We’ve picked five of the best tablets available in 2011 to help you make your decision below.

Apple iPad 2

It’s the one that gets all the headlines, but is an iPad 2 the pad for you? First, it’s gorgeous to look at and the 9.7-inch 1024×768-pixel touchscreen is fantastic. It has a 1GHz dual-core processor and 64GB of memory, while the Apple operating system is smooth and simple to use. On the downside, multi-tasking is a no-no with the iPad 2 Apple, while the cameras on board are poor quality for such a premium priced device.

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Also, when looking at internet pages there is no flash support, which could be a game-breaker for some. But what it does well it does brilliantly and the Apple brand is a really big pull. The App Store is second to none and miles ahead of the competition, while its general handling of music and video is amazing. Seeing as multimedia and silly apps are the mainstay of these devices right now, the Apple iPad 2 is the likely choice of many.

BlackBerry PlayBook

Once seen as purely a business brand, as smartphones have become more mainstream RIM’s BlackBerry line has really stepped up to the plate to duke it out at consumer level. with its first tablet, the PlayBook, it looks set to do the same in this market too. It has a markedly smaller screen, at seven inches, but this makes it nice and easy in the hand (like a Kindle, for example).

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Again we have a dual-core 1GHz processor, average camera and up to 64GB of storage. As you’d expect the user interface is pretty businesslike but really user friendly, doing the job well. But you don’t have the wealth of apps of the Apple, or general fun factor. What it does do is the business meeting stuff perfectly, as you’d expect from a BlackBerry playbook tablet, while security of files (and of course great email capabilities) is paramount. It also sports Flash, so has one up on the iPad when web browsing.

The Android Contenders

Google’s Android operating system is open source, so lots of big names are popping it into pads. The Android OS is intuitive and user friendly, while all the Google goodies such as mail, maps and search work beautifully. It also has an impressive and fast growing selection of apps through the Android Market, although it is still a way behind Apple in that department. But on the plus side it is fantastic for web browsing, with the added bonus of Flash support over the iPads. Here are three of the best so far:

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a jaw-dropping 1280×800-pixel touchscreen running on a 1GHz dual-core processor with 64GB of on-board memory. It’s light and thin while packing plenty of punch in the hardware department, but is light on unique selling points beyond that fantastic screen.

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Motorola Xoom

The Xoom also has a 10.1-inch 1280×800-pixel touchscreen and a 1GHz dual-core processor, but a slightly less impressive 32GB of memory. What sets it apart is the (optional) wireless keyboard and advanced internet browser, which makes browsing online a real pleasure and much closer to the PC experience.

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HTC Flyer

With a seven-inch screen, the Flyer is smaller than its closest Android rivals – but only in screen size. There’s a juicy 1.5GHz processor under the bonnet, while it is reassuringly heavier and chunkier than its rivals. The big selling point is its ‘magic pen’ – a stylus that lets you write notes on screen. It can really be more than just a gimmick and is well worth a hands-on try-out.

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