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Aakash 4 Tablet specifications announced

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Posted on : 02/Jul/2013 2:36:04 PM



 
 
 
The Centre has announced that it will soon start work on Aakash 4, the low cost tablet for school and college students.

According to a release on the website of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, A sub-committee comprising of technical experts has prepared the proposed vendor neutral Technical Specifications of Aakash IV. These specifications have been developed with a view to have a device at a low cost Aakash 4 will have a 7-inch screen with a minimum resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. To make sure that the screen has decent touch sensitivity, government wants manufacturers to use panels with at least 5 touch points. LCD brightness should be a minimum of 290 cd/m2, and its contrast ratio should be a minimum of 500 The processor that will power Aakash 4 should meet some minimum specifications. The chip should be able to score at least 1469 points in Antutu, a popular Android benchmarking app Aakash 4 will have a minimum of 1GB DDR3 RAM. The tablet is likely to come with at least 4GB internal storage and support for up to a 32GB micro SD card. (We want) Aakash 4 to have support for external USB storage devices, keyboard, mouse, popular 3G/4G data dongles, USB to ethernet adapters and USB printers All interested stakeholders may examine the proposed specifications and provide their comments especially from the point of vendor neutrality, usability and functionality.
 
 




 




 













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