Here is yet another good news for tech geeks who are upbeat about Apple Inc's iPhone 5 and Samsung's Galaxy Tab.

India, which made world's cheapest car, is all set to unveil world cheapest indigenous tablet on Oct. 5, just a day after the possible launch of iPhone 5.

Sakshat is an Android-based tablet price at just $35. The unique feature of the new smallest tablet is the solar-charging option which is not available in any tablet computer in this world.

The tablet is developed as a part of the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology that aims to link 25,000 colleges and 400 universities for an e-learning program.

The device will have 2 GB SD memory card with a mini and full USB port, a 32 GB expandable memory slot, a miniSD card and a SIM card slot.  The Wi-Fi-enabled device is expected to give some of the more costly tablet computers a run for their money as it offers Internet browsers, PDF reader, video conferencing facilities, open office, sci-lab, media player, remote device management capability, multimedia input-output interface option, and multiple content viewer.

 According to The Economic Times, the tablet will be manufactured by Datawind, a UK-based company that is known for manufacturing the Pocketsurfer, a hand-held device to surf the Web.