tablets keeping tabs

Jan 4, 2012

KEEPING TABS: India's tablet wars are heating up. The Next Web reports that a new low-cost device, the Classpad, has launched in India, with its sights on schools. Produced by Classteacher Learning Systems, the device comes in three different models, ranging from $145 to $265. Pricier than the $45 Aakash, unveiled last year, and its second-gen brother, UbiSlate 7, but VCCircle provides a specs comparison.

tablets keeping tabs

Jan 4, 2012

KEEPING TABS: India's tablet wars are heating up. The Next Web reports that a new low-cost device, the Classpad, has launched in India, with its sights on schools. Produced by Classteacher Learning Systems, the device comes in three different models, ranging from $145 to $265. Pricier than the $45 Aakash, unveiled last year, and its second-gen brother, UbiSlate 7, but VCCircle provides a specs comparison.

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