It may not quite be an iPad, but then again it’s not quite priced like one either. India this week unveiled a $35 laptop that could increase access to computers for millions. The touchscreen gadget, designed for students, carries Web browsers, a PDF reader, and video conferencing capability, along with room to add more components. It was developed for the Indian government by research teams at the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Science. Now, the government says it is already in talks with global manufacturers to begin mass production. It hopes to have it in classrooms by 2011 when the price could drop to $20. The ultimate goal is for it to cost no more than $10.