World’s Cheapest Android Tablet: Aakash – Specs And Prices

We got our hands on some specs for Aakash, the world’s cheapest Android tablet. The price for getting one – in Indian Rupees and US Dollars – are also included here after the specifications.

Aakash Android Tablet Specifications 2011:

Dimensions: 190.5×118.5×15.7mm
Screen: 7″ resistive touchscreen with 800×480 pixel resolution
Weighs: 350gms
Processor: 366MHz (a dedicated HD processor for 1080p videos)
Memory: 256MB RAM
Storage: 2GB Micro SD card (expandable to 32GB)
Network:WiFi(GPRS & 3G options)
Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
USB ports: Two full sized
Battery: 2100mAh (Lasts 1.5 to 2 hours when watching HD videos & 3 hours on average use)
Software :
Operating System: Android 2.2 – Froyo (Doesn’t have Android Marketplace has Getjar instead)
Supported Document formats: DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, ODT, ODP
Browser: Datawind Accelerated web browser(HD video playback & HD quality video streaming)
Image viewer supported formats: PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF
Supported audio formats: MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
Supported video formats: MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, FLV

Aakash Android Tablet Price:

For students: Aakash will be priced below 35$ (around 1750 rs).
For all others: Aakash it will be sold for 60$ (around Rs 3000 – inclusive of taxes)

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3 Responses to "World’s Cheapest Android Tablet: Aakash – Specs And Prices"

  1. md abdul aleem says:

    am planing to buy a 3g and a smart phone but akash pc tablet changed my mind am eggerly waitng to use akash tablet pc..

  2. Andrew says:

    366MHz? That’s less than half of my original Droid that came out three years ago and can barely run Froyo. A resistive touchscreen? How would you even type on a touch keyboard without it thinking you pushed 5 keys? Finally… lets downplay the whole 1080p HD thing. A teeny-tiny 800x480px display cannot even play 720p, let alone full HD. Again, the original Droid even has more screen resolution than this. This isn’t a tablet, it’s a toy. The real way they saved money was by buying old, junk components that would otherwise belong in an electronics recycling center. This is the reason it doesn’t have the Android Market – this device would be incompatible with almost everything in the Market because it doesn’t even have the proper specs to run its operating system. I wouldn’t take one of these for free.

  3. Rajul Sharma says:

    i like it this Aakash Android Tablet Price.

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