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India’s tablet space is heating up after a new low-cost device aimed at schools and young students launched in the country. The Classpad, produced by Classteacher Learning Systems, is aimed... Read Post
Lava International has just announced the launch of its new affordable tablet, the QPAD e704 in India. The launch comes close on the heels of the release of the Q2500 phablet by Xolo, Lava’s sister company. Lava has targeted the you... Read Post
India’s government launched a pilot program that will put 100,000 $35 tablet computers in the hands of its students. The touch-screen device supports video conferencing and an Internet connection in hopes that it can help end the di... Read Post