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The Canadian makers of the "world's lowest cost tablet," the UbiSlate 7Ci, think $37.99 still isn't cheap enough. They figure there's still room to knock about 50 per cent off its price and make tablet ownership possible for anyone and everyone. "
Back in the early 90s, when Suneet Singh Tuli was barely out of college and working with his brother on a new line of business, the duo encountered a challenge sales! They did hire management specialists with experience in sales and marketing, but
Our phones are about 40 per cent cheaper than other mobile phones available in India in 5-inch screen category," Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli said. Low-cost Aakash tablet maker Datawind made a foray into touch-screen smartphone segment with the
India's ambitious project to build low-priced tablet computers for university students was praised by the government as a "milestone in history" to be "recognized by future generations" -- in part because the tablet, called Aakash, was going to be
W ith a faster processor, greater memory and a better screen, Aakash-2, the reincarnated version of low-cost tablet Aakash, is looking at bigger markets, beyond the education space. After bagging an order for supplying 100,000 tablets to the ministry
The Forbes list names 15 education innovators who are "harnessing a slew of disruptive technologies to change everything from the way we teach grade school math to how we train the next generation of teachers." The publication said Tuli (44) is the "
Datawind, maker of world's cheapest tablet Aakash, has sent a legal notice to Indian Cellular Association (ICA) for 'defaming' the UK-based firm, and issuing statements harming commercial interests of the company. "We have sent a legal notice to them
O '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' The row between Datawind and IIT-Jodhpur over the Aakash tablets became public on Friday with Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli saying IIT's conduct was "unethical" and had "hurt the reputation of
Datawind, the maker of the world's cheapest tablet Aakash has said that it is running two weeks behind schedule in deliveries for retail sales of its tablets, due to a break up of its relationship with Hyderbad based vendor Quad Electronics ...In a
A British technology company claims to have developed the world's least expensive computer tablet for wireless Internet access. At a cost of as little as $35 (£22) apiece, Datawind Ltd hopes to supply a market of billions of customers, many in