India’s sub-$50 Android tablet claims 1.4 million orders in two weeks — Engadget
How popular is the world cheapest tablet? Pretty darn popular, it seems. The Aakash has already notched up 1.4 million bookings since going up for sale on  December 14th, not massively surprising given the $41 (2,500 rupee)  price tag. An upgraded version is already planned for March, with three  new factories planned to each produce 75,000 new units per month. If a  sub-$50 tablet is still too expensive for your tastes, then you may be happy to hear that the price should still sink as low as $35 and could even be pushed as low as $10. At that price, we’ll take five.
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India’s sub-$50 Android tablet claims 1.4 million orders in two weeks — Engadget

How popular is the world cheapest tablet? Pretty darn popular, it seems. The Aakash has already notched up 1.4 million bookings since going up for sale on December 14th, not massively surprising given the $41 (2,500 rupee) price tag. An upgraded version is already planned for March, with three new factories planned to each produce 75,000 new units per month. If a sub-$50 tablet is still too expensive for your tastes, then you may be happy to hear that the price should still sink as low as $35 and could even be pushed as low as $10. At that price, we’ll take five.

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Will Cheap Computer Bridge India’s Digital Divide? : NPR
Indian students pose with the supercheap Aakash tablet computers, which  they received during the Oct. 5 product launch in New Delhi. The Indian  government intends to deliver 10 million tablets to college students  across India at a subsidized price of $35.

Will Cheap Computer Bridge India’s Digital Divide? : NPR

Indian students pose with the supercheap Aakash tablet computers, which they received during the Oct. 5 product launch in New Delhi. The Indian government intends to deliver 10 million tablets to college students across India at a subsidized price of $35.