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The disruption of the good-enough £30 tablet and the IPO
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Jun 19, 2014 / Reviews /
You may have already read the Housing Tech Blog post on the £30 Tablet or Brett Sadler's post on the same subject, but if not, they are certainly worth a read as they both review what is currently the worlds cheapest tablet on the market, both with positive outcomes. Datawind, which manufacturer the low cost entry-level device, was founded in 2000 by two brothers Suneet Singh Tuli and Raja Tuli. Both Canadian Citizens, born in India and with the Datawind company being registered in the UK - ...
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The £30 tablet and the humble front door key
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Jan 08, 2014 / Reviews /
Move over Tesco Hudl, Aldi Medion Lifetab and Argos MyTablet, there's a new tablet on the block. The "world's cheapest tablet" has been manufactured by Datawind (http://datawind.com). Welcome to the UbiSlate 7Ci costing a mere £30. The UbiSlate was originally made for an Indian government education scheme at which time it was branded as 'Aakash 2'. In India, the tablet is used by students and was originally designed to provide cheap access to online services to improve education. So, what exactly do you get for your three £10 ...