It’s important to mention here that this figure doesn’t include the supply of 100,000 Aakash 2 tablet computers to IIT Bombay by the company as its commitment to the Indian government; it only includes the volume of commercially sold new tablets in India. The new tablets were launched by the company with a vision to empower the economically weaker sections of the society with computing and internet access. Unlike other companies that strive to supply media tablets for the elite, DataWind focuses on affordability and connectivity, and the faith shown by the consumers has validated its philosophy.
The range of UbiSlate tablets includes the flagship product of the company UbiSlate 7C+ that is the cheapest phablet in the world for only Rs. 4,999 inclusive of all duties and taxes. The device provides Wi-Fi connectivity like the earlier versions of the series, but it also takes a regular SIM card, allowing the users to make calls like a smartphone or access internet on its quad-band EDGE modem. With DataWind’s breakthrough web acceleration technology it provides a fast and rich internet experience, anytime and anywhere.
The latest in the series of new tablets launched by the company is UbiSlate 7CZ, which is developed on the basis of the specifications of Aakash 4 recommended by an expert committee appointed by the Government of India. Its super specifications and affordable price have made UbiSlate 7CZ a cut above the rest among the new tablets in India. With a faster processor, use of the latest Android version 4.2.2 and an extended storage capacity, UbiSlate 7CZ is a dream device that lives up to the expectations of every section of the society from students to the busy professionals.
|Processor||Dual Core Cortex A7; 1.2GHz|
|Hard disk Capacity||8GB|
|Display Size||7 inches|
|Network||Wi-Fi and EDGE|
|Operating System||Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)|