DataWind has slightly revised the names of the retail versions of the Aakash and Ubislate 7 tablets, bringing about quite a bit of confusion. The original Aakash, will now be called Ubislate 7, while the original Ubislate 7 become s the Ubislate 7 . The new naming scheme was spotted at DataWind's official websites for the ultra-low cost tablets – www.aakashtablet.com and www.ubislate.com.
The UbiSlate 7 was opened for pre-booking last month. However, the device is now sold out till February and pre-orders are up for March presently. To refresh your memory, the UbiSlate 7 runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform and is powered by a Cortex A8, 700 Mhz processor with HD Video co-processor. It has a 256MB of RAM, while supports (Internal) 2GB Flash / (External) 2GB to 32GB storage. The 3200 mAh battery of the UbiSlate 7 is rated to deliver 180 minutes of back up. The UbiSlate 7 has 7-inch of display with 800x480 pixel resolution. For connectivity, the device supports GPRS & WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/. Check out more features of the UbiSlate 7 here.
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