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DataWind, the manufacturer of cost effective Aakash tablet is once again getting ready to splash the market with their new tablet, named UbiSlate 7C+Edge. The most notable factor is that the company itself recommends this new tablet for Aakash 3.
The new tablet is very affordable and the company promises to deliver the gadget within 6 working days after giving the order. It has a quite big display of 7 inches capacitive touchscreen with 800×480 pixel resolution, which is ideal for watching HD videos or games. It has SIM card slot which can be used for video calling, facilitates 2G, GPRS connectivity and comes with Edge support. UbiSlate 7C+ Edge tablet will be powered with a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, coupled with 512 MB of RAM and runs on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The tablet has an internal memory of 4GB and it can be extended up to 32 GB by using a micro SD. It has a 0.3 MP VGA front camera and uses sensors with G-Sensors. It also supports WiFi, Micro USB, 3.5 mm Headphone Jack and is powered by 3,200 mAh battery, claims to have a backup that last for 4 hours. It supports 3G with the help of a dongle. It features games and more than 150,000 apps from Google app store. It can also be used to download the educational software available in the Google play store, which can be used to make the learning process an easy one.
The most appealing news is that the DataWind offers this tablet through “Snap deal” and will be available at an unbelievable price of Rs 5,999. Even though, the official site claims that the gadget is out of stock, you can readily get it from the snap deal site and enjoy using it. The online portal is the only way, by which you can grab this wonderful gadget. Some users who have previous experience with any high-end tablets may feel that, this gadget lacks many features. However, it will be very useful for those, who cannot afford the premium models, especially the students from the middle and low class Indian families.