Over 2 Million sales, Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet has finally got a rival and that too from a trusted service provider ‘BSNL’. BSNL has launched three Android based tablets which is developed by a Noida based company Pantel.
While Aakash 2 is on it’s way, these 3 new tablets from BSNL could be a great competitor. The cheapest version of Tpad which costs around Rs 3,250 will consist of Wi-Fi. HDMI Port, 7 inch resistive touch screen, 1GHz processor, VGA Camera and Android 2.3. Though it has a better processor than cheapest Aakash tablet but still it is around Rs 600 more from the cheapest Aakash tablet.
The other 2 TPad tablets are bit expensive and will cost around Rs 11,000 and 13,000 with extra features like Bluetooth, a better 2MP front camera, A-GPS and a better processor. Take a look at the top 10 7-inch tablets perfect for working, designing and more.
More details of this device are yet to follow. As far about the comparison with Aakash tablets, it is hard to say anything at the moment cause we can never judge the quality of a device just by it’s specifications.
You can view more details on the official website and you can even Pre-order these tablets.