Its been very long since I started this website as my online diary cum social space. I decided to write my everyday experiences, tutorials, give some freebies and share thoughts with fellow professionals like me. However it took me a lot of time since then and I hardly got any chance to update abhijit.biz.
The new year resolution also couldnt help it and finally in the month of March I am writing my first article of the year 2012!
First half of the last year was engaged in theme designing for this website. I wanted it to be fresh, unique and above all – perfectly handcrafted by ME! I started off with some really nice designs and ended up with a perfect one but eventually, because I couldnt devote much time to its development, it became stale and meanwhile I changed my mind and thought to come up with new design (and finish it at once) for 2012.
In recent times Indian electronic market is populated with wide variety of Tablets. Right from costly and multi featured Apple iPad to cheap and less functional ordinary tablets, a plethora of handheld devices are now available. Out of all these gadgets, Android based devices are the ones which are most popular for several reasons. Google has developed a new version of its Android OS named ‘Honeycomb‘ which is a tablet specific one. However there are plenty of tablets out there in market which support Android versions 2.2- popularly known as ‘Froyo‘ and 2.3 – known as ‘Gingerbread‘. These tablets are available in the price range of 35,000 INR to 25,000 INR.
The most recent introductions to the tablet series are Acer Iconica (10″ Wide screen and Honeycomb OS), HCL ME (7″ and Froyo OS), ViewPad 10 (10″ wide screen and Windows 7 OS), OlivePad (7″ wide screen and Froyo OS), Samsung Galaxy Tab 100 (7″wide display and Froyo OS), Dell Streak (7″ wide display and Froyo OS), etc.
The latest version of Samsung Galaxy tab 750 which has a 10 inches wide display and Honeycomb OS is my latest fantasy. I was fascinated by its all new features, wide display and other technical aspects which makes it stand apart form its counterparts. However it would have cost around 33,000 to 34,000 INR and that deterred me and I decided to wait and watch if any substitute of this masterpiece arrives. And I was more than glad to know about “Aakash” the made in India tablet. This tablet is available at much cheaper rates than the above mentioned tabs and can cost you merely 4000 to 5000 INR!! Though not as fully loaded with features as the hi-end tabs mentioned above, Aakash serves most of the purposes a tablet is used for. Isn’t it great? I also found a video where we can get further technical details of this fantastic Indian product. Lets watch then …