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|By Kimathi Kamau
NAIROBI Koke Madrid Madrid Jersey , July 6 (Xinhua) -- Seoul Marathon champion Amos Kipruto of Kenya is focused on winning the Amsterdam race in October after failing to make the podium at the Dutch IAAF Gold Label Dutch city race last year.
Kipruto who breezed to a sparkling 2:05:54 victory in South Korea on March 19 that is ranked the fifth-fastest this year is out to better his 2:09:08 performance in Amsterdam last year that saw him finish down the order in 13th.
"I'm doing well. I'm confirmed for Amsterdam. Next month, I'll run a 10K road race before returning to Kenya to finish my preparations for Amsterdam," Kipruto said on Thursday.
He opted to target a fall marathon after being overlooked by Team Kenya selectors for the Aug. IAAF World Championships in London.
This is despite leading a rare top-ten sweep for the country at Seoul where he detached from the competition after 35K to romp to a commanding nine-second victory over compatriot Felix Kipchirchir Kandie.
Kipruto who trains under Italian coach Claudio Berardelli knocked more than two minutes from his previous best of 2:08:12 run in Rome, Italy last year where he won on his marathon debut.
"My body is coming up nicely because I ran 60.24 last month at the Goteborg Half. I am focused on trying to win one of the biggest marathon in the world," the 2Running Club runner who finished second in that Sweden race added.
The father of two is aiming at challenging for victory or at least the podium to land an invitation to run at the prestigious World Marathon Majors circuit next season.
"I will look at running in the region of 2:05 and from there, anything is possible," Kipruto disclosed.
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Android tablets are becoming a rage these days and with the introduction of more and more affordable models by a lot of tablet manufacturers, owning one is no longer a problem for a lot of people. And now, an announcement by the Indian Government has providing a perfect icing on the cake- Aakash tablets, the cheapst android tablet in the world. With a price tag of a mere $35, this tablet has taken the android tablet community by surprise. The aakash tablet has become a hot point of debate for tablet users and those aspiring to own one, from all over the world.
As per the announcement from the Indian Governement, the Aakash tablet will be provided to students in the country at a further subsidized price of Rs. 750 less than the normal price (making it available at somewhere between Rs. 1500-1750).
The standard price of the tablet is said to be about Rs. 3000, all taxes included.
While the student version of the tablet is called “aakash”, the standard version will be released as “Datawind ubislate” and will have certain additional features over the Aakash tab.
$35 for an Android Tablet sounds almost unbelievable. When converted into indian currency, it comes to about Rs. 2276. No extra taxes will be levied on the device, as per the Indian Government’s directive. Even though the final price of the tablet will be slightly higher than the initially announced price tag of $35, it’s still a steal a this price and is expected to be a rage.
With an objective to create a computing device available at extremely affordable prices for the students, the Aakash tablet is a dream come true for the Indian Ministry of Human Resource and Development on whose initiaves the project was undertaken. We now have a device that lays claim to being the most affordable android tablet available by some distance.
The breakdown price of the device is as follows –
Originally quoted price – $ 35 Cost of manufacturing the device – $ 37.98 Cost of warranty, transportation and miscellaneous costs $ 12
The cost adds up to total of USD 49.98 which is the final price of the tablet. As per the Government of India initiative, however, the same will be provided to students at half the price.
National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology, a unit of the Indian Ministry of Human Resources and Development has been the pioneer behind the development of this tablet, while the design and manufacturing were carried out by a United Kingdom based firm known as DataWind in close association with the Indian Institute of Technology.
DataWind is poised to supply the Human Resorces and Development Ministry of India with a total of one lac tablets. As per the agreement, each unit will be made available at the price of Rs. 2250 only. This price is inclusive of frieght charges and applicable taxes. Following the successful lauch of the tablets in India, OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) will be extending its offer to supply India with all OLPC tech access according to Mr. Nicholas Negroponte, the Chairman.
The Aakash tablet is a compact unit with dimensions of 25.5 x 12.5 cm. Leading analysts have tested the device with rave reviews about its functioning.
Main Specifications of the Aakash Tablet
Processor: Connexant with Graphics accelerator and HD Video processor
Memory (RAM): 256MB RAM Storage (Internal): 2GB Flash
Storage (External): 2GB to 32GB Supported
Peripherals (USB2.0 ports, number): 2 Standard USB port
Audio out: 3.5mm jack Audio in: 3.5mm jack
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