Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Aakash gets taken apart, low cost secrets revealed!
| by Roydon Cerejo |
The world’s cheapest tablet will soon be hitting store shelves, come November, and if you were as anxious to get your hands on one as we were, CNN-IBN’s review might make you think twice. Building a cheap tablet, that’s also user friendly is no easy feat which is what the brainiacs from IIT Rajasthan found out the hard way, at least we hope so. Don’t get me wrong, we think it’s great that they’ve managed to deliver on what they set out to accomplish, making the world’s cheapest tablet, but that alone does not make it a good product. There will be different editions available and the one that was reviewed (and eventually taken apart) was the student version.
They obviously haven't seen the review
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