July 12, 2011 by yogi2raj
Here comes India’s best contribution to the gadget world. It’s nothing other than the world’s cheapest tablet, Sakshat. According to sources, the new Indian sensation, Sakshat tablet will be available at just around 2000 Rs.
The Sakshat tablet has been launched on Monday, Jan 10. It is available in different screen sizes like 5-inch, 7 and 10. Other features include 2GB of RAM, web-conferencing, PDF reader unzip, WiFi, camera and USB connectivity.
Sakshat tablet has been developed as part of the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology that aims to link 25,000 colleges and 400 universities on the subcontinent in an e-learning program via an existing Sakshat portal.
Sakshat tablet has been launched by HCL technologies. According to a contract with the government of India, HCL will manufacture 100,000 tablets in the first phase. Indian government has assigned Rs 300 million for Sakshat tablet project.
- Display: Touch Screen
- Keyboard: Built in
- RAM: 2GB
- Connectivity: Wifi, USB
- Operating System: Linux
- Power: 2 watt
- It has single unit system which has a touch screen
- It has a keyboard which is in-built
- It is operated by a 2 watt system