The ultra low-cost Aakash tablet has seen a massive response from public ever since DataWind released the device online. The Aakash, also touted as the world's cheapest tablet, sold out in less than a week after its launch. DataWind had reportedly put up some 30,000 Aakash tablets online with a price tag of Rs. 2,500. Many will agree that apart from the ultra low-price, the Aakash tablet does not offer extraordinary features and lags on many fronts. The 7-inch tablet has been criticised for its slower processor and minimal features, especially when pitted against the better-specced Aakash 2.
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