BlackBerry wasn’t able to imitate its success story in the tablet arena like in the smartphone segment because of which its PlayBook range of tablets witnessed a rather steep fall in pricing within a short period of time after its launch.
Lenovo has stopped selling its Windows RT tablet – Yoga 11 on its website indicating that the company may very well be planning to phase out the product.
Toshiba may be prepping for launch of a 7-inch tablet to rival the likes of Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini as recent leaks and benchmarks of a device point to a AT7-A in the works running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Asus has launched its Transformer Book TX300 Windows 8 powered convertible notebook in India with a price tag of ₹91,999.
Datawind and CricHQ have join hands to provide Aakash tablet users with pre-installed applications through which they can get live score updates and other cricket based content.
Government of India announced the proposed set of features for the next version of low-cost tablet Aakash IV and has made it available for comments from stakeholders. Some of the proposed features of the tablet are a 7-inch screen with atleast 800×480 resolution, 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage expandable to 32GB and a battery that should provide atleast 5 hours of battery backup (on an average). If we dig deeper into the specifications, there is a lot of ambiguity in terms of the specification. Read on to find out.
India’s dream of low-cost tablets is alive and kicking as the Government has proposed a set of technical specifications for Aakash IV and invited comments from stakeholders.