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
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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