India is the home where you buy affordable cars. India has developed a car that runs by Air Compressor. This car is also known as the Air Car. It’s nothing to do with Apple MacBook Air; it’s just brilliant innovation with a cheap price. Speaking of innovation, India shocked the world when they are holding the title of “the cheapest” Android tablet in the world. For only $35 you can buy the Android tablet. It is cheap because they are aiming students and school children.
I hope that the 35 dollars worth of tablet is not a scheme, because the people in India majority of its people are poor. It is nice to know that the British company initiated this cheap tablet with the support of Indian Government and brought it to the hands of its people for the advancement of its literacy.
This Cheap Android Tablet is also known as Aakash. The meaning of this is sky in Urdu. This has been developed by Datawind a small British company. The operating system of Aakash is Google’s operating system. The awesome part is that it is subsidised by the Indian Government. The company will produce 100,000 tablets for the students and school children. After producing thousands of tablets the company will manufacture millions of Android tablets. The Government and the Company are testing the water, if the water is clear then that’s the time they will produce more tablets. Since Indian Government is collaborating to the British company to increase the internet users in their country, is the Indian Government also subsidising the social services of their people as well as their educational system?
India has a 1.2 billion population and the company will increase eight percent internet access because the assembly of the device of will be in India. The telecoms and education minister Kapil Sibal said that the $35 tablet will soon be made available for school children and students. The purpose of this project is to enhance the learning skill of their school children. This is the revolution in tablets. India is making possible to their students and school children. This trend is more likely to One Laptop Per Child scheme. The question is do they have the same features as Apple and many great names tablet manufacturer?