Sunday, July 25, 2010

India's Linux Handheld Device - INR 1500 Only

India's Union Minister of HRD released a Linux based Tablet two days back. If it hits the market without any major bugs, then it would be the Killer technology and it will rule the world. The salient features are listed as follows:

In a tablet form-factor and using an unspecified variant of Linux (that some have said might be Android), the cost should remain low while offering a wide range of functionality. The Sakshat descendant is said to be capable of supporting video conferencing, viewing a wide selection of video and image files, word processing, de/compressing files, printing with CUPS, full Internet browsing with Javascript and Flash, wireless communications, and remote device management.

In fact, at that price it could very well become an Everything-killer!

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  1. இது வெளியிடப்பட்டிருக்கிறதா அல்லது விற்பனைக்கு வந்து விட்டதா?

    மேலதிகத் தகவல்கள் இருக்கிறதா ஆர்வியெஸ்?

  2. Good bit of information Mr.RVS. Not for the cost but I always think Intel and MS unnecessarily tax their customers for their own business growth. A PC with a decent config and licenced OS and other apps will comfortably cost around Rs. 35K to Rs.50K.

    Let's wait for this gadget.

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