According to a report in the , IIT Bombay professor Kannan Moudgala that had developed a $100 netbook earlier this year as part of their work around the low-cost Aakash tablet project.
The $100 netbook isn’t the first low cost computing project. Earlier the Aakash tablet which was launched in 2011 didn’t work out well since vendors were unable to meet desired specifications under the tender issued. However, there is a more cautious approach with the netbook project as compared to the Aakash tablet project.
Though it may not be the best choice for those unfamiliar with Android, but avid Android fans should check it out. Again, this deal expires by the end of the day, so you better get moving if you want this $100 netbook.
INDUSTRY WITCH-DOCTORS at Gartner proclaimed on Monday that$100 netbooks for use in developing countries won't appear on the market for atleast two to three years.
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