India's $35 Android Tablet Will Land In January

Posted: Sep 8 2010, 11:15am CDT | by , in News | Android

India's $35 Android Tablet will Land in January
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Is this price for real?

The government of India is working on a cheap tablet that runs the Android OS. The price that they are shooting for is very hard to believe at $35. The Indian government announced the tablet not too long ago and said that it would have a 7-inch screen, run Android and support web surfing and video streaming.

Apparently, India is serious about the device and has announced that the contract to build the tablet has been given to HCL Technologies. The devices are set to go into construction soon and the first delivery will be of a million units.

The first version will be a 7-inch device but later versions are expected with a 5-inch and a 9-inch screen as well. The tablet will have 2GB of RAM, WiFi, a camera, and a 2W power need. The price is still pegged at $35 with launch in January 2011.

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