The World No. 1 mythical ultra low-cost device from India, Aakash is now going to cheaper as Indian government plans to take Aakash tablet to the people at a cost of Rs. 1,500 apiece.
Major motive behind the price slash by Government is of allocating the Aakash Tablets to college going students as well as each student across the world make it easy to keep device in their pocket.
Focusing to provide cutting-edge technology at affordable prices to people, Telecom and IT minister Kapil Sibal said that the government has decided to give this smart device to the people of this country for a sum of Rs. 1,500.
Aakash tablet PC, developed by Datawind, has reportedly cost Rs. 2,263 apiece to the government.
However, the government collaborating with C-DAC, manufacture of the Superfast computer PARAM-Yuva II, will distribute the tablet to students at subsidised rate of Rs. 1,130 apiece.