Creator of the tablet turned out to be surprised by the performance of the commands of the tablet.
New Delhi-the Indian company that manufactures the world’s cheapest electronic tablet US $47 (R $85) received 1.4 million applications for booking after just two weeks of sales, reported on Tuesday the newspaper “Economic Times”.
The father of the initiative, Suneet Tuli Singh, proved to be surprised by the success of the tablet Aakash (sky, in Sanskrit) and stated that it will open three more factories in order to meet all the requests that your company, the Datawind, received.
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The company, which has already sold out the first 300,000 units, currently has just one factory in Hyderabad (southern India), but provides for building another in the same city and two more in Noida (North) and Cochín (South).
“Never expect a response like that of buyers. We plan to provide between 70 and 75000 units a day when the new factories start operating in April, “said Tuli from Panama, where he is advising the Government on low-cost technologies.
“Two weeks ago we got a call from computer emergency team of India by an alleged cyber attack. We had to make it clear that simply had provided the tablet or other electronic products for sale through our site, “said Singh Tuli.
The Aakash, who works with Android OS 2.2, has touch screen of 7 inches and weight of 350 grams. The appliance can be used as e-book and offers 366 Mhz processor, wifi, two USB ports and 256 MB of RAM.
The Datawind plans to offer in the middle of this month a new version of Aakash for 2,999 rupees, $ $56 (R $100), with twice the speed, 700 Mhz processor and internet access for 2 g connection.
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