As if the not-so-successful launch of Aakash tablet wasn’t enough CAG has rang alarm bells pointing out flaws and shortcomings of the entire project.
Makers of Aakash tablet has seemingly geared up its product release cycle and is releasing tablets with improved specifications to compete with other white-box tablet flooding the Indian market.
Windows RT’s lackluster performance and the inability of other vendors to move tablets running the beleaguered OS may have forced Microsoft to push Nokia for a Windows RT Tablet.
After a non-so-successful run in India, Aakash is making headway in the US finding success in North Carolina summer camps as well as other such projects.
Microsoft hasn’t had much luck with version 1 of the Surface tablets and is looking at a second shot for some success.
The new Nexus 7 hasn’t even been in the market for a whole two weeks and initial buyers are already reporting issues with GPS connectivity.
The Chinese PC maker is trying to make a name for itself in the tablet segment after its successful run in the desktop and laptop market in India.
The second generation Nexus 7 tablet has just under 5 months left for 2013 and with holiday season approaching fast, shipments are likely to reach its peak if the supply holds.
DataWind has sent out its unannounced 7-inch tablet with 3G connectivity to US Federal Communication Commission for certification purposes.
India’s in-expensive Android tablet dream run continues as the next iteration of the Aakash tablet – Aakash 4 will debut in January 2014.