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Aakash tablet purchase online for Rs 2500

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DataWind, the Canadian company that is manufacturing Aakash, has started the online booking and pre booking of the much anticipated low cost Android tablet. Online booking is for students' version of the tablet and pre booking is for UbiSlate 7, the upgraded version of Aakash.

Students' version of Aakash will be available for Rs 2,500 and will be delivered in seven days. The commercial version, UbiSlate 7 is priced at Rs 2,999. The payment mode for both the tablets is cash on delivery.

The commercial version of Aakash tablet will be powered by Android 2.3 and will have a resistive touchscreen, Cortex A8-700 MHz processor and graphics accelerator HD video processor, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal memory.

Other specifications are a one standard USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack, a 7 inch display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution, resistive touchscreen, GPRS and WiFi support.

"The improved version of Aakash tablet will be available in retail outlets by January end," a spokesperson of DataWind told The Mobile Indian.

The tablet was to be made available in retail stores by the end of November. "The delay in the availability of the tablet has been due to upgradation in the tablet and some unforeseen delay in manufacturing," the spokesperson said.

To book and prebook student and commercial versions respectively of Aakash tablet, users have to visit DataWind's website and fill up the required form. In case of booking they will get a booking ID and a message which will state, "You will shortly receive an email confirmation from our support team with further details."

In case of pre booking users will get a confirmation message which will state, "The commercial version of the Akash UbiSlate 7 would be launched in early weeks of December. After the commercial launch we would get in touch with you to deliver your device as soon possible."

As a matter of fact, the confirmation message a reader will see is factually incorrect as The mobile Indian had reported earlier the Aakash tablet will be available only by January end.

Datawind has however not cleared how it is going to establish the identity of students who will book the cheapest version of Aakash tablet. When The Mobile Indian contacted spokesperson of Datwind he said, "Anyone can book the student version of Aakash tablet."

This defeats the purpose of providing students an affordable tablet as now anyone can place an order to get the tablet. Interestingly, now it has been revealed that the government has procured only 10,000 Aakash tablets for distribution in schools and colleges of the initial 1 lakh proposed.

It looks like the company was in a hurry to start the online booking process and has not done not proper homework before staring it.

How to convert Web pages to e-books

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That's quite a bit trickier, or at least it used to be. There's a nifty bookmarklet called DotEPUB that will convert whatever page you're currently on into the widely used EPUB format. Here's how to use it:
  1. Point your browser to the DotEPUB page. (Note: the bookmarklet will not work using Internet Explorer, but is fine with Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera.) 

  2. There is only one setting--simplicity itself. Check or uncheck Immersive mode on the right side of the page. If it's on, links, images, and videos are stripped out entirely; if it's off, you will be warned that there are images and asked if you want to strip them out. 
    Step 2: Choose mode.

  3. When you've decided, drag the DotEPUB logo from the top left onto your bookmark toolbar. If your browser doesn't support that or it doesn't seem to work for you, just click manual installation, then copy and paste the text into a new bookmark. 

  4. You're all set. The next time you're on a Web page you'd rather read later, just click the bookmarklet and DotEPUB will convert it and save as an EPUB file. Note that if you turned off Immersive mode, you will need to decide whether or not to load images. This is not usually a good idea unless they are charts or tables that are integral to understanding the text. 
    Step 4: Non-immersive mode warning.
    If your primary e-reader is a Kindle, which doesn't support EPUB format, check out this workaround to convert EPUB files into formats compatible with Kindle.

How to back up system information in Windows 7

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It is very important to backup you system information.Whenever you install new software then there are chances of  corrupting files.You are safe  once you have taken backup.You can restore it whenever you find any problem with system files.Below are steps to back up system information in Windows 7 : -
1. Open the Control Panel, then click "System and Security," then "System," then "System protection" on the left.

2. A small window should pop up with the System Protection tab highlighted. Click "Create..." near the bottom.

3. Enter a label to help you remember which backup is which. Windows should now begin creating your restore point. It takes some time, especially if you've been using your computer for a while and installing lots of programs. After a bit, you should get a message informing you that the procedure competed successfully. 4. To restore your system, repeat step 1, then click "System Restore..." near the top of the pop-up. You'll be asked to select a restore point, and then Windows will roll you back to that time. This means any changes you made to your system, like installing software or changing settings, will be lost, so be careful!


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GPRS Settings Of All Operators (India) For Data Cards
Below is GPRS setting for all telecommunication  operators in India.

APN: rcomnet
Access Number: *99#

APN: aircelgprs
Access Number: *99***1#

APN: internet
Access Number: *99#

Access Number: *99#

APN: airtelgprs.com
Access Number: *99#

APN: bsnlnet
Access Number: *99#

APN: bsnlnet
Access Number: *99#

Postpaid: APN: mtnl3g
Prepaid APN: pps3g
Access Number: *99#

APN                 :  vinternet.com
Access Number :  *99#