| New Delhi, April 18, 2012 16:22
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Since the government owned Tablet pc project is getting delayed, take a look at some of the alternative of Aakash tablet which can be pretty useful for students without getting a hole in their pocket.
- The Tablet is priced at Rs. 6,500 and has a decent configuration. Micromax’s Funbook is targeted at youth and can also be marketed as one’s first Tablet. Among other features, Micromax Funbook will come with pre-loaded e-learning app that will have host of educational content from Pearson, Everon, GK Publishers, Scholarshub, Vidyalankar, Universal Tutorials, CAPS and Zion. The seven-inch FunBook is based on the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich platform and has a 1.22 GHzprocessor, 0.3 MP VGA front camera, 4 GB internal memory, expandable upto 32GB.
HCL MyEdu Tab - It aims at personalized learning, while helping the students to understand concepts at their own pace. With the topic revision application and a self-assessment engine on MyEdu Tab, students can self-evaluate their skills and knowledge, while parents will now be able to monitor their child’s progress in an easy and convenient manner. The price for the MyEduTab– K12 Version is Rs.11,499, which includes the price of the device, content and a
memory card, while educational applications and NCERT books will be free.
MyEdu Tab Higher Education (HE) Version priced at Rs. 9, 999 is an edutainment platform which brings together rich multimedia content on technical and professional skills, assessments and apps. The Tab is powered by Android OS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is packed with 17 localized applications, along with a 7-inch 800 x480 capacitive screen. It’s powered by a 1GHz processor, a front facing camera and 512 MB RAM. You get 4GB of internal memory and a slot for up to a 32GB microSD card. It also sports a full USB, mini USB and a micro SD card slot and supports Data Connectivity via Wi-Fi and 3G Modem.
WishTel tablets - Ira and Ira Thing priced at Rs 4,000 and Rs 5,500 respectively. .WishTel’s ‘Ira Thing’s comes with Google’s Android 2.2, a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, WiFi and also supports 3G calling. Ira has the same specifications except that it has resistive touchscreen. Resistive touchscreen allows users to operate the device with gloves, a stylus etc. The tablets are powered by Google Android 2.2 and inbuilt wi-fi makes it easier to connect to the Internet.
Beetel Magiq-Beetel Teletech, a Bharti Enterprises group company, has launched Beetel Magiq, a low-cost Android tablet in India. It's a seven inch tablet which supports Android 2.2.The tablet has two 2MP cameras and supports phone calls through a compatible Bluetooth headset and is powered by a 1Ghz processor.It has 8GB internal storage, expandable up to 24GB through a 16GB SD card. Beetel Magiq is priced at Rs. 9,000