Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini Price in India is about to Rs. 9,000. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini comes with Android OS 1.6, upgradable to Android 2.1 (Eclair) and Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz processor and support both 2G and 3G Networks. XPERIA X10 mini has 2.55 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen with 240 x 320 pixels and Scratch-resistant surface. The phone has 5 MP camera with 2560 x1920 pixels, autofocus and LED flash and can record videos at VGA@30fps with video light. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini has Push email, HTML browser, 128MB Internal memory and microSD card slot up to 16GB with 2GB included. Battery is Li-Po 950 mAh Standard battery with Talk Time Up to 4 h (2G) / Up to 3 h 30 min (3G) and Up to 285 h (2G) / Up to 360 h (3G) and Bluetooth is v2.1 with A2DP. X
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The much awaited India’s ultra low cost tablet – Aakash – is now up for sale. Datawind, the manufactures of the tablet, has ready the tablet for sale online.The tablet is is delivered within seven days at the price of Rs 2,500. There is no pre payment and the company would take cash on delivery.
Users, who are interested in buying the device, can visit the website www.aakashtablet.com and place the order. Powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS, This 7 inch resistive touch screen tablet houses a 366 MHz processor plus a HD video co-processor. The RAM is 256MB and Flash Memory (Storage Memory) is 2GB with microSD card option up to 32 GB. The Aakash tablet runs on the Froyo OS (Android 2.2) and features 2 USB ports, Wi-Fi and also supports optional 3G modems. The battery life is around 3 hours.
However the upgraded version of Aakash, called the Ubislate 7, is scheduled to be launched late January. It has a Cortex A8 – 700 Mhz processor compared to the 366 MHz processor in Aakash. Running Android 2.3 OS, it will include a 3200 mAh battery. The device will support both WiFi and GPRS networks. It will be priced at Rs 2,999.
The much awaited India’s ultra low cost Aakash tablet is finally here and is creating ripples all around. Datawind launched Ubislate in India, and the student version is named as the Aakash tablet. The tablet is powered by Android 2.2 and boasts of multiple touch screen and Connexant CPU with HD video and accelerated graphics. Aakash tablet offers a web delivery platform that enables quality and interactive knowledge over the internet.
There is definitely no other touch pad tablet or computing device anywhere near the price of Aakash tablet. Aakash tablet is a new generation device which comes with attractive features. This is the world’s cheapest tablet pc. This tab is made for the requirement of the users and especially for student needs.
Mr. Suneet Singh Tuli says, ‘The final goal is to either provide the same features at a lower cost or provide better functionality and features at the same cost.’ The objective of Aakash is to deliver high quality, personalized and interactive knowledge module over the internet. The tablet is a computing device that is low in cost but rich in features. The tablet is also integrated with social networking applications like facebook, twitter etc.
This 7 inch resistive touch screen tablet houses a 366 MHz processor plus a HD video co-processor. The RAM is 256MB and Flash Memory (Storage Memory) is 2GB with microSD card option up to 32 GB. The Aakash tablet runs on the Froyo OS (Android 2.2) and features 2 USB ports, Wi-Fi and also supports optional 3G modems. The battery life is around 3 hours.
The Aakash tablet comes with DataWind’s UbiSurfer browser that accelerates webpage loading by up to 30x, perfect for slow speed internet connection.
The 7 inch display supports resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. Multiple document formats are supported which includes DOC, PPT, XLS etc. On this tablet you can play games, run educational softwares and Office suite. However this tablet does not provide access to Android market place.
By February 2012, an improved and more competent Aakash-2, world’s most affordable tablet PC, is expected to be launched at the same price as its previous version. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Rajasthan has confirmed the improvements made in Aakash-1, which was launched on October 5. HRD minister Kapil Sibal said that new version of Aakash will be launched during January-February, 2012.
Aakash Tablet is not yet sold to public or distributed to students. Circulation to students is expected in one or two months.
For students, it will be distributed through universities. So, get in touch with your university officials if you are keen to get it.
Students Version Price: Rs.1500-Rs.1750 (without SIM and GPRS facility)
Students version has a wifi connection to access internet.
Retail Price: Rs.3000 inclusive of taxes (With SIM and GPRS facility)