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Students Being Provided Tablets in India

October 6, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

They may not be iPads, but the dirt-cheap tablets that will soon be in the hands of millions of Indian students will allow them to surf the Web and use a variety of applications, all in the name of furthering their education. The tablets — which will sell for about $35 each — also could be very useful in rural areas, connecting the population in ways that ultimately could improve healthcare and reduce poverty.

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