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Dec 17, 2013
India's Aakash 2 tablet launched in UK for £30A commercial version of India's low-cost Aakash 2 tablet computer was today launched in Britain at a cost of 30 pounds.
Mar 25, 2013
Datawind scrambles to meet delivery deadline for Aakash 2 - againDatawind was to supply one lakh Aakash tablets to IIT Bombay, which would then be made available to students at half its cost to the government at a subsidised rate of Rs. 1,130. However only 17,100 devices have been delivered so far.
Dec 31, 2012
Aakash 3 may have SIM slot, will be launched in 2013The third version of low cost tablet 'Aakash' will be a delight for its users as developers are likely to equip it with a SIM slot and more exciting apps, all within the existing price band.
Dec 02, 2012
Review: Aakash 2 runs like an entry level Android smartphoneThe Think Digit website has performed a fairly detailed review of the Aakash 2 tablet, and says that while it passed all of its standard tests, the tablet is (not wholly unexpectedly) quite slow.
Nov 30, 2012
Images: Ban Ki-moon unveils Aakash 2 at UN General AssemblyThe United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon unveiled the Aakash 2 tablet at the UN General Assembly on Wednesday. Here are images of the launch.
Nov 29, 2012
Aakash 2 debuts in UN with no mention of Chinese connectionsUN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon launched India's low cost tablet Aakash at the United Nations in New York, even as questions over whether it really is an indigenous tablet abound at home.
Nov 28, 2012
Ban Ki-moon to launch Aakash 2 at UN General Assembly todayThe UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon will launch Aakash 2 at the UN General Assembly today. Interestingly the Indian Mission is highlighting the fact that this is a indigenous tablet.
Nov 27, 2012
Aakash tablet: What Datawind claims, and what the facts areAakash 2, which is supposed to be manufactured by Datawind Ltd is now alleged to be a Chinese tablet, straight off-the-shelf. Here's a look at some of the claims that were made about the project and what happened to them.
Nov 27, 2012
Govt paid for specs, not Chinese parts in Aakash 2: DatawindIn an email interview to Firstpost, Datawind Ltd's CEO Suneet Tuli, tells Firstpost that it's unfair to link the company's purchase of the Aakash "units" to the price it was charging the government for the tablet.
Nov 19, 2012
On a level specs field, price makes Aakash 2 a winnerGone are the glitches from Aakash. The second version has been souped up, has a longer battery life, and a much smoother touchscreen. But the clincher, really, is the government-subsidised price.