India’s $35 Sakshat Tablet Coming This Month
The Indian Govt. funded and subsidized 35$ tablet codename “Sakshat” will finally release this month. The tablet was originally pegged at a end 2009 release, But after several trias and fails the tablet is now finally set to release.
The tablet was designed and developed by MIT will be powered by Android OS and is currently being manufactured at the HCL Technologies plant.
Basic Specs include
- 7 inch Touch Screen
- Inbuilt keyboard
- Video conferencing
- 32GB hard drive
- 2GB RAM
- Open Office, SciLab and Internet browsing.
- Wifi and USB – IO
The tablet is pegged for University students and will be available for a final price of Rs. 2200/- . We will try and get one device atleast for a quick show and tell here at iGyaan.