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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Indian Government is all set to release a new Tablet for Indian students for classes 1 to 12 named e-Tutor. It is announced by Sam Pitroda, advisor to Prime Minister - Manmohan Singh. It is the first cloud-based tablet in India for school students.

e-Tutor Tablet is priced at Rs. 7, 500 inclusive of content. It is being expected that e-Tutor will be made available in the market from April onwards.

The e-Tutor Tablet will be introduced jointly by Technopark and Oztern Technology. There is a buzz that e-Tutor will be the first complete solution for education. Students can access the lecture of their classroom through the gadget.

Internet will be made safer through the synchronization module in e-Tutor Tablet for the students. Students may be able to experience cloud computing technology through the tablet.

Students may able to download their lessons through the personalized Tablet PC. There will be new content everyday through a unique cloud - tablet synch mechanism.

Cloud computing is a new technology to use internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications. The technology allows people to use applications without installation and access their personal files at any computer with internet access.

So, you can imagine about the technology with e-Tutor tablet. This device will be more efficient, strong and fast. It will provide a safer internet access to the students.

The e-Tutor tablet will reduce the carbon emissions from the dedicated server and data centres. So, e-Tutor is launched to make computing more energy efficient and green.

The e-Tutor is another product in Indian market after Aakash Tablet. But it is not so affordable like Aakash Tablet. Despite it, e-Tutor is based on a new technology. So, Indian students may pay Rs. 7500 for the tablet. You need to wait till April to experience e-Tutor tablet.


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