The much awaited India’s ultra low cost Aakash tablet is finally launched. In association with Ministry of Infornmation & Technology (India), Datawind launches Ubislate 7 in India as Aakash. Aakash Tablet is set to bridge the big India DIGITAL DIVIDE. Its main objective is to provide students of India, especially in its countryside, a cheap alternative to PC. Through Aakash tablet, students in India would have access to good quality study content like video lectures, e-books etc.
Aakash tablet offers a web delivery platform that enables quality and interactive knowledge over the internet. The tablet is a computing device that is low in cost but rich in features. The tablet is also integrated with social networking applications like facebook, twitter and with email.
The Galaxy Nexus has been released as a phone that offers the best of Samsung and Google – a marriage of excellent hardware and excellent software. The device looks quite similar to the Nexus of old, though has many of the Samsung tweaks that make a phone a solid and undisputedly nice piece of work. While the hardware is fairly impressive, not all areas are the most cutting edge. What is really the standout feature of the Galaxy Nexus is the new Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android.
Samsung has included the same 1.2Gz chip in the Galaxy Nexus that it has in the Galaxy S2 – meaning it is a slouch in no way. The phone is very fast and also very capable and, with 1GB RAM, is better suited for multitasking and for slightly more ambitious use than devices like the iPhone 4S. With less hype surrounding it, Galaxy Nexus contracts are also available for a much more affordable price than those for Apple’s current flagship phone.
Demand for cellphones in India, is projected to increase up to 350 million units by 2020 in contrast to an predicted 130 million units in 2011, as per an Enrst & Young report in collaboration with FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry). India has been rated as the world’s 2nd largest wireless (or cellphone) market after China. This report projects that 505 million handsets will be manufactured in India by 2020. It recommends that government should establish manufacturing hubs for machinery and components that go into making cellphones. Currently, companies such as Samsung and Nokia are assembling some of their phones in India but their components are still being imported from China. This report also has statistics about the average selling price (ASP) of phones in India in 2010, which was Rs 2,300 and is estimated to rise up to Rs 2,950 by 2020.
In the last year, the craze for shopping online has really taken off. Often you can get a better deal on your favorite gadgets by shopping online instead of buying from a local market or shop. Plus you generally get a receipt and warranty.
But there are so many online shops selling electronics that is hard to know where to get the best deals. We recommend shopping with the largest and best known sites so that you can be assured that any potential problems will be resolved. And most sites accept cash on delivery so you don’t have to worry about entering your financial details online. Better yet, you can find great Coupon Codes to make your deal even better.
Dual SIM user can take the advantage of two different service providers or networks by using two different tariff plans in one handset only. The following are Micromax Dual SIM Mobile phones with prices in India. With Micromax, you can get a great range of dual SIM mobile phones especially in India. Micromax gives the impression to be moving in the right direction of dual system. Micromax mobiles after their endorsement by Akshay Kumar & Twinkle Khanna and the strategy they are adopting for their brand positioning, very soon they will be number one brand in India.
Following are the best dual SIM Phones of Micromax:
Micormax Q5 rocks this model and it has amazing battery back up with, Facebook and Snaptu apps and apart from this, you may download may other apps too. Opera browser in this is amazing and pretty fast.
Latest News: Hyundai India launched its smallest car Eon today at Gurgaon. Hyundai Eon launched in 6 variants with starting price of Rs 2.69 Lakhs to top variant of Rs. 3.71 Lakhs. Hyundai Dealers have already started to accept the booking of Hyundai Eon car starting October 1, 2011 with a booking amount of Rs. 20,000. Here’re the list of prices basis on the model:
- Hyundai EON D-lite : Rs 2.69 lakhs
- Hyundai EON D-lite-o : Rs 2.91 lakhs
- Hyundai EON Eera : Rs. 3.11 lakhs
- Hyundai EON Magna : Rs. 3.36 lakhs
- Hyundai EON Magna-o : Rs. 3.46 lakhs
- Hyundai EON Sportz : Rs. 3.71 lakhs
Hyundai India is going to unveil a new entry level car also referred as low-end this Diwali by the launch of Hyundai Eon. It has been hailed as the 21st century’s Maruti 800. This car is all set take on its competing cars in the market with its style, substance, space, performance and fuel efficiency.
During the festive season, car manufacturers and dealers offer many discounts and freebies to attract customers and Hyundai is strong-willed to cash-in on the occasion with launch of Hyundai Eon.
Hyundai Eon is an exceptional price-specific product. It is based on the platform of Hyundai Santro and it was codenamed as HA H800. Although more particulars of this small car are yet to be exposed but it is estimated that the base variant of Hyundai Eon would be priced around Rs 250,000. There are rumors that this car could be priced between Rs 3.2 lakhs to Rs 3.5 lakhs. Well, we need to wait for the official announcements. Till then read the sound features of Hyundai Eon.