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In India, competition for connectivity is so cutthroat that you can get an unlimited prepaid mobile data plan for $2 a month

From India  - a $20 android 7" tablet promises to bring computing to the rest of the world, and end first world dominance in computing forever. So, buh bye Microsoft, buh bye Apple, google is about to kick your asses out of the 21st century.

How a $20 tablet from India could blindside PC makers, educate billions and transform computing as we know it

the Aakash 2 is no toy. Even jaded US gadget reviewers have found it as usable as tablets costing many times more. It has a processor as powerful as the first iPad and twice as much RAM memory. It uses Google’s Android operating system, which now runs on three out of four smartphones and four out of 10 tablets shipped worldwide. Its LCD touchscreen displays full-screen video without hiccups, it browses the web, and it even holds up when playing videogames. If you’re a student with no other computing device, attaching a keyboard to it transforms it into a serviceable replacement for a tradi