Watch out for these new tablets on the block

It’s raining pocket-friendly tablets this season. Is there one that suits your needs? Chetan Chauhan writes. Know more

| Updated on: Feb 05 2012, 01:57 IST

The world's cheapest tablet Aakash may have failed the initial test but its new version has ignited price and specification war for low cost machines expected to have a market of around 15 million by 2015. HRD minister Kapil Sibal has spurred the market with his intention to provide a tablet to each university student in a few years. Political parties like the Shrimoni Akali Dal in Punjab and Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh have also announced similar sops. Here's how these low-budget tablets stack up.

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First Published Date: 04 Feb, 22:21 IST