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Hands On With the $20 Indian Android Tablet

Hands On With the $20 Indian Android TabletThe cheapest Android tablet I've ever seen costs $20, with a $2 per month unlimited data plan, and I'm holding it right now. It might not just change the tablet market. It might change the world.

The Ubislate 7ci, also known as the Aakash2, is the latest gadget from Datawind, a Canadian company that's spent seven years trying to find the ideal market for some really neat data-optimization technology. On devices like the PocketSurfer and PocketSurfer 2, Datawind showed that it can display desktop Web pages quickly with low-cost devices on super-low-bandwidth networks like 2G GPRS. But it never gained major market traction in the Western world, especially as 3G and 4G networks...Read more at PCMag



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    A small wave of Android tablets is coming to market, giving users a better mobile web experience than smartphones can offer without adding the heft of a notebook. Android Mobile

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