Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO of DataWind, the small British-based company that developed Aakash, displays the "world's cheapest" tablet during its launch ceremony in New Delhi October 5, 2011. Aakash will be sold to students at the subsidized price of $35 to expand digital access in the Asian giant that lags peers such as China and Brazil in connectivity.
$35 Android tablet for students launched in India
The iPad still rules the tablet world, but an Indian government project now claims to have a 7 inch Android tablet for students for $35. Really $50, but subsidized to make if more affordable. Read more.