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India Now Aims For $10 Android Tablet
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| India is one of the champions of making cheap stuff. Tata's Nano, the world's
| cheapest car, is now dethroned by Aakash, one of the cheapest Android tablets.
| India created quite a buzz with the launch of $35 Android tablet which had the
| backing of the Indian government.
| The HRD minister of India Kapil Sibal is now aiming at $10 tablet. The
| minister has reportedly invited companies to make a cheaper Android tablet.
| With low income a majority of Indians can't buy expensive $500 tablets, thus
| being left behind. Given India's next to chaotic power outage situation where
| you don't even get electricity for 24 hours a day, a tablet may keep users
| well connected.
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