Aakash, A New Hope For The Bright Future Of India
Technology comes with its price, literally. The better the technology the costlier the device. People who belong to the upper class, upper middle class and middle class can only afford advanced gadgets for their self growth. But what about the poor, who cannot afford expensive devices and are left behind in the race of competition? Should the financial situation of an individual hinder his growth?
To put an end to this digital divide, DataWind a leading provider of wireless web access products and services has launched a tablet named Aakash/Ubislate, that is backed with a vision: To empower 3 billion people with computing and Internet access. DataWind’s breakthrough technologies have solved the bandwidth limitations of cellular networks by accelerating content delivery by factors of 10x to 30x. This gives a superior mobile web experience at a lower cost. The same technique is used in Aakash tablet, that is available to the audience at a moderate price.
The tablet comes in various versions with different features. The cheapest version of this tablet barely costs Rs.3999/- only, and possess some outstanding features like, 7 inch touch screen, 1 GHz processor, Android version 4.0.4 OS, 2G calling, 3G via Dongle and 2GB memory space, at the given price. The Ubislate 3G7 is the most expensive tablet costing only Rs. 6999/- The features are brilliant that will give a rough competition to the leading tablet brands. The features that are available in this tablet are, Wifi, 3G internal, Dual Camera, 2G calling, 4GB memory space all of which is packed in a 7inch touch screen with 1.2 GHz Processor and an Android v4.0.4 OS.
The reviews of Aakash tablets are excellent and has definitely served well in the development of India. It has helped the backward class get technologically friendly, and has exposed them to the modern society at a great extent. The experiment is definitely a great success for the company, common people and our nation.