In the wake of complaints about the quality of the cheapest tablet, Aakash, the government said on Monday that they hope to bring the updated version of the tablet, Aakash-II are,from this April.
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said: "To meet the large demand for the Aakash in public, weneed to develop many manufacturers Aakash We are improving the functions according to the feedback we get from Aakash I have is why we want to be sure.. that the updatedversion of the product with the requirements of consumers is. We have IIT are included in order to update it. We can bring in Aakash II until April. "
The agreement on the differences between Aakash Datawind developers and the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has occurred, Sibal said, "We believe in sorting out the problems rather than stressed."
According to sources, is Kapil Sibal goes to the director of IIT Rajasthan, officials fromDatawind and MHRD special secretary to come together to talk about the issue. The Minister said: "At the time of launch Aakash-I, we do not have any feedback We distributed the instrument have several students on the feedback through the collection,the feedback we are now better able to that data..."
According to the report, students can get in India Aakash extended version of the TabletPC at no extra cost. Aakash-2 is three times faster than the original version and have 50%extra battery life. The enhanced version is being prepared according to the receivedfeedback from about 600 IIT and engineering students.
"All problems were solved. We will improve from 70 000 Aakash obtain tablets byDatawind end of January," said Kapil Sibal. Sources from the ministry, said Datawind no future may order as the conditions in the contract as with the Tablet PCs to the government first, before they have hurt for sale on the open market.