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Here’s why Apple doesn’t stand a chance when it comes to tablet market share

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Dec
2013

It’s a well-known fact that the tablet market has become increasingly competitive in recent years, but one small manufacturer is attempting to undercut even the most affordable tablets with its $37.99 device called the UbiSlate 7Ci, also known as the “world’s cheapest tablet.” According to The Guardian, the Android tablet was originally designed as part of an educational program by the Indian government, but it has since seen commercial release in the United Kingdom and the United States. “The development of the tablet stemmed from the realisation that lack of internet adoption in many parts of the world was primarily due to lack of affordability,” said Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli. “We’re bridging the gap by offering cost-effective, high-specification devices and internet access that

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