education in india raining tabs and dogs
RAINING TABS AND DOGS: Bangalore/Boston-based Acrossworld Education, in partnership with New Delhi company, Go-Tech, has announced the launch of its ATab, another low-cost tablet in India. This seven-inch screen Android tablet is reportedly priced at $100 apiece. The tablet market looks a bit like a melee, especially after the widely reported disputes between the Indian government and manufacturer, DataWind. ATab will grant users three years of unlimited access plan to its EducationBridge platform that allows access to online learning resources and the ability to remix and share with others. Medianama has all your specs here. What's still cloudy: where to get one and whether the company can survive on the nanothin price of 5,000 rupees apiece.