Yes. That’s no joke. Bookworms can rejoice. You can now get an Amazon Kindle in India for Rs 7000 only at all leading Tata-Croma stores. To buy online from Croma the The Electronics Megastore visit here.
What is an Amazon Kindle?
Amazon kindle is an electronic e-book reader which supports TXT, PDF, HTML and JPEG. You can read your favorite novels, poems, personal documents and also can take the advantage of a built in dictionary. It supports Wi-Fi too. The amazon kindle has a clear 6 inch display through which you can read in bright sunlight without glare. With 2GB in-built memory you can store up to 1400 books.
Pay for books now in Rupees
The partnership involves Amazon expanding its Kindle Store, under which, Croma will hawk the Kindle hardware. The store will be featuring over a million books, including 70 of 100 Nielsen Bestsellers and allow consumers to purchase e-books by paying rupees.
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HCL Infosystems launched its tablet in New Delhi starting at Rs 7,999.
The tablet is running on the latest Android operating system version 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich and has 7 inch touchscreen. The device supports HD video recording, WiFi and 3G connection.it has a memory of 4 GB, which can be extended up to 32 GB.
The K12 version of the tablet will be priced at Rs 11,499 and it comes with K12 (kindergarten to class XII) curriculum, educational applications, games and eBooks.
The higher education version would be available for Rs 9,999 and will contain content on technical and professional skills, assessment and applications.
HCL Infosystems Senior VP and HCL Learning Head Anand Ekambaram told that the kind of content which has been packaged, will make this device play an important role in schools…he also added that 20 educational institutions are already using the MyEduTab.
HCL Infosystem launched its tablet ‘Me Tab X1′ in October last year at Rs 10,990.
The tech firm also said that it will participate in the tender for manufacturing Aakash 2, the enhanced version of the the world’s cheapest tablet PC.
Being the priced low and that too the fact that this tablet is loaded with android 4.0 may be something which may be making its demand high. But for actual data we will have to wait a little.
Aakash tablet is now sold out. Its time you prebook your Ubislate 7 with more advanced features than the previous versions of Aakash. Below is a comparison table between both versions of Aakash.
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So its here !! Aakash Tablet at only Rs 1000 for the students of Mumbai. Datawind, the maker of the world’s cheapest tablet has previously put up 30000 tablets on sale online for a sum of Rs.2500 with a 7 days cash on delivery offer Continue reading Aakash Tablet now at Rs 1,138 for Mumbai students