Tag: Cheapest

  • India’s cheapest car comes to US at $3,000

    India’s cheapest car comes to US at $3,000

    India has seen the benefits of the cheapest car that makes quite a populous on road. The car, called the Tata Nano is quite a ride if you want to take you family of four out. The manufacturer also excels in the development of trucks, vans, buses, and so forth. However, they have shrunk their…

  • Nokia 103 comes as Finland’s cheapest mobile, ever!

    Nokia 103 comes as Finland’s cheapest mobile, ever!

    Nokia, Finland claim to have released a press release of the Nokia 103 but decided to keep it off their website. The dust-resistant phone also packs an unnecessary anti-scratch exterior. The display is a miniscule 1.36 inches and monochrome, with a flashlight, FM and 27 days of standby time. That’s all cool. Check after the…

  • India’s Aakash Tablet may have a sequel soon

    India’s Aakash Tablet may have a sequel soon

    The very affordable education-based Aakash tablet that made headlines months ago is all set to roll out in a new avatar: the Aakash 2. What makes this the whole deal really cool is the fact that it will receive a performance update but not a Rupee more on costs. And all this from the tablet…

  • Aakash: World’s cheapest tablet from India

    We’ve been sweating with attempts to drive the life into some astonishing wishlists that demand that we bring in some tablet that can be affordable as well as serve many purposes. As a blessing, we came across the world’s cheapest tablet, promised to be delivered by India. This cool tablet is expected to have all…

  • MOTOFONE F3 will survive anything , costs $25

    MOTOFONE F3 will survive anything , costs $25

    There are survivor phones and then there’s the MOTOFONE F3. This immortal of a phone will make sure that there are no lose ends left here. It handles basic duties that you would like to have in a phone – but no frills. It additionally packs a segmented e-paper display that can be read in…

  • India to finally ship the $35 tablet they’ve been raving about

    India to finally ship the $35 tablet they’ve been raving about

    Who needs the hundreds of dollars to be spent on high flying gizmos back in India? The pure essence of a device is its utility. The getting the job done attitude is a win eventually. Yet, the tablet we all have been waiting for, called Sakshat, has taken a while coming. First heard of in…