Initially, the tablets developed by the Indian Institute of Sciences and Indian Institute of Technology is scheduled to be sold for U.S. $35. But now in a period of development, the tablet is experiencing price increases.
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This tablet was first announced in 2010 and the Indian government initially said that this tablet will enter the market in January 2011, but the project was later postponed and rescheduled.
This India tablet PC uses inexpensive components available in the market. Amid much speculation about component specifications, the Indian government announced the release of 10 000 Sakshat end of June for the II T Rajasthan.
More than 90,000 tablets will be available on the market within the next three months. The world's Cheapest Tablet PC from India made by HCL Technologies has a seven-inch touch-screen features and Linux operating system. The India tablet has 2GB Ram and 32GB HD. Other features of this tablet are a Wi-Fi, USB ports, Bluetooth.