Friday, 16 March 2012

Differences between Aaskash tablet and Ubislate Tablet

Differences and Aakash Ubislate 7 - 7 Features Ubislate:

                                          AAKASH TABLET UBISLATE-7

operating system              Andriod 2.2                              Andriod 2.3
RAm                                  256mb                                      Total 2gb(Falsh internal storage)
Microprocessor                 366mhz                                    HD video processor
Battery                               2100 mah                                Almost same little extra life
Display                              7"touch                                     Same
Price                                   2500/-                                     2999/-
Calling option                     no                                             yes
Gprs                                    no                                              yes
Wifi                                     yes                                            yes
booking                             open for booking   preorder

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Monday, 12 March 2012


configurtion details of aakash tablet:

operating system: Android 2.2


1.Processor: Connexant with Graphics accelerator and HD Video processor
2.Memory (RAM): 256MB RAM / Storage (Internal): 2GB Flash
3.  Input Devices: Resistive touch screen
4. Peripherals (USB2.0 ports, number): 2 Standard USB port
5.Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
6. Display and Resolution: 7” display with 800x480 pixel resolution
7.Storage (External): 2GB to 32GB Supported
8.Power and Battery: Up to 180 minutes on battery. AC adapter 200-240 volt range.

Document formats you can work with AAKASH tablet:


 Browser details:

  • xHTML 1.1 compliant, JavaScript 1.8 compliance
  • Separate application for online YouTube video
 Connectivity :
  • Connect via GPRS or WiFi
  •  Fast web access even on GPRS networks, across the country using DataWind’s patented acceleration technology Web, Email, Facebook, Twitter and much much more!

    Formats supported by AAKASH tab :

    • Image formats:PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF
    • Audio formats:MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
    • Video format:MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, FLV

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Mr. Sibal, in a speech at the Summit Vision of India Semiconductor Association, said, "Aakash Aadhaar and can be tried together to resolve many issues. Addition to a law, we also need an ecosystem to decrease the possibilities of corruption. "

He said the central government asked state governments to highlight the possible services that can be provided to the public and stated that the deadline was 5 years, implying that the full range of services would be provided through the countries in this period.

It surprised if a country could expect 10 or 20 years for the operation of enterprises to develop and start services like education and health care.

As the tablet Aakash is priced around Rs 2276 for making now, he said that the price would drop to about Rs 1,500 in the coming days as volume increases. Of this cost, the government would subsidize 50% and the educational institution would subsidize the remaining amount, ensuring that the tablet is available above 220 million students across the country.

Speaking on ESDM (Electronic Systems Design and Manufacturing), Kapil Sibal said that our country needs a strong political, as if she does not get one, it will have to negotiate around $ 300 000 000 000 value of electronics by 2020, which is larger than crude oil import.

He said, "ESDM is a source and meta, which is widely used in aviation, defense, automotive and other industries, and reports for 30% of the bill of materials for electronic products."

new aakash tab for 5000/-


click here to book for just 5000/-

The tablet was supposed to be delivered in seven days after people booked it online on December 15.

DataWind, the Canadian company that is manufacturing Aakash, will start distribution of the much anticipated low cost Android tablet from next month for which online booking had started on December 15.

A spokesperson of Datawind said to The Mobile Indian, "People who have booked the Aakash tablet online will get its delivery in January.” The spokesperson, however, didn't cite any reason for the delay. Earlier the company had said that the Rs 2,500 Aakash tablet will be delivered within seven days of online booking.
Flip Flops
On earlier occasions also, Datawind have failed to honour their commitment as the tablet was supposed to be made available in retail stores by the end of November. Now it is expected to hit the stores only in February.
DataWind initially said that the Aakash tablet will be available to students only through colleges and schools. However, later it started online booking of Aakash for everyone including students. Besides, DataWind have given only 10,000 Aakash tablets to the government for distribution in schools and colleges of the initial 1 lakh proposed.
The Mobile Indian got more than 200 emails and 300 calls from users who complained that after booking the tablet online they didn't get any call or confirmatory email.
Even after The Mobile Indian's repeated request for clarification on the hardship faced by the consumers, Datwind didn't share any information instead it said: "An official statement will soon be released and we will keep you posted.”
We hope this time Akash Tablet is delivered to consumers on time.
About Aakash and UbiSlate

video for aakash tablet:

There are two versions of the tablet. The original Aakash tablet comes with much lower specifications and is priced at Rs 2,500. Its cousin — named as UbiSlate, is comparatively powerful and is priced at Rs 2,999.
UbiSlate will be powered by Android 2.3 and will have a resistive touchscreen, Cortex A8-700 MHz processor and graphics accelerator HD video processor, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal memory. Other specifications are - one standard USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack, a 7 inch display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution, resistive touchscreen, GPRS and WiFi support.
On the other hand, the 7 inch screen bearing Aakash tablet has Android 2.2 operating system, Arm11 — 366 Mhz processor, 2100 battery, WiFi and will have support for 3G modem. The price difference between the Aakash and UbiSlate is because the commercially available product will include a cellular modem, allowing it to deliver web access anywhere there is a cellular connectivity, and also to function as a mobile phone. Notably, Internet access on both the tablets across mobile networks will be priced at Rs 99 for 2GB.