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India’s $45 Tablet Sells Out In A Week [Headlines]

The device is perfect for the developing world and is so popular that the company is already accepting orders for the updated version.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 22 december 2011

India’s government sponsored tablet, the Akash, has sold out less than one week after the device went on sale in the country online.

The tablet, priced at just $45, gained considerable international attention when it was unveiled in October, primarily due its low price point which the Indian government hopes will provide a computing experience to more of the country’s population. The Next Web

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