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7-inch resistive display; 366 MHz processor, in addition to Graphics Accelerator and HD Video Co-processor; 256 MB RAM; 2 GB Flash Memory with 2 GB Micro SD card, expandable to 32 GB; Android 2.1 operating system; Wi-Fi, GPRS; 2 USB ports; 2100 mAh battery.
First things first: You will not rave about the performance of the Ubislate, or Aakash as the Government prefers to call it. Datawind's 7-inch tablet comes with a sticky resistive touch display, a three-hour battery and no 3G connectivity. The company does not even call it a tablet.
That done with, now let's come to why it is here on the GG Choice page, which features the best product of the month. Let's just put it this way: Suddenly, you don't need a pricey smartphone to be able to access social media sites, apps and multimedia, all at the same time. Yes, that is why the Ubislate earns a place for itself on this page. It may only be a poor relative in the whole family engendered by the iPad, but even with its simplest of powers, it makes the members of the smartphones clan look up and take notice.