New Delhi: Working with IIT Bombay was an experience completely unlike the one working with IIT Rajasthan, the manufacturer of India's low-cost tablet Aakash 2, Datawind has said. In an interview withFirstpost, Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO, Datawind Ltd. said that the working styles of IIT Bombay and IIT Rajasthan were like day and night. In our opinion, there is a day and night difference in the way they function. IIT Bombay is more professional and focused. They are much more cued in to developing and creating applications and content - which is so critical to the project, Tuli told Firstpost. The original Aakash tablet launched in October last year was fraught with problems. The tablet had issues like a stubborn resistive screen, poor battery life of just a little over an hour, a slow processor that could not run multiple applications simultaneously, an outdated OS and a body that was prone to overheating.
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