The real tablet PC revolution just kicked off arguably with Apple iPad original in April, 2010. Since then, we found a plethora of tablets with big price tags from various makers. We have a horde of high-end Android tablets such as Samsung Galaxy Tab II, Motorola Xoom, Asus Eee Pad Transformer and many others. Most of those products will come to you if you have more than 500 bucks in pocket. Have you ever thought of an Android tablet with a price below $100? Yes, there are some for you. We introduce you to 7-inch Android tablets that you can buy spending below $100. Get through the article to see those low-priced Android tablets.
Aakash (sky in Hindi) is a 7-inch Android tablet developed by an association of the Indian government and the Canadian development partner DataWind. The device is meant for educational purposes in India. The Government of India intends to sell out Aakash tablets among the student communities in its rural areas. Price of the device, therefore, is attractive, indeed. Students in India can get an Aakash for a price of just $35, making it the cheapest Android product. Common customers can buy Aakash for $60. In order to bring down the price tag, low quality components are used by the developers in Aakash.
2. Maylong M 250 Tablet
Maylong M-250 Universe is yet another $100 Android tablet you can find in stores. The 7-inch color tablet is powered by 800MHz + 300MHz DSP and 256MB DDR RAM. Its display, a resistive touch panel, offers a resolution of 800 X 480 pixels with auto-rotate screen. The device is running on Android v2.2 Froyo and it supports Adobe Flash, YouTube, music, eBooks and magazines. You have a 0.3-megpixlel front facing camera for video chatting and taking images on the tablet.
3. NextBook NEXT2
NextBook Next2 is a 7-inch Android touchscreen eReader tablet. Specifically designed for eReading, NextBook NEXT2 has Wi-Fi for Internet connection and Kobo Books. You can download eBooks from Kobo bookstore and read them on the 7-inch screen of the tablet, which is priced at $99. The TFT color display has a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and the tablet offers 2GB built-in memory to store books. SD/MMC card slots are there for memory expansion. The tab comes preloaded with 25 free eBooks.
4. Tursion 7-inch Android Tablet
Tursion 7-inch Android 2.2 Froyo tablet comes with an 800MHz processor, 256MB RAM and 2GB NAND FLASH external TF card. The tech specs ensure better performance for Tursion 7-inch tablet. The device features a built-in 1.3-megpaixel camera, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 10/100M adaptive 4-Dimensional G-sensor and miniSD and innumerable other features. With an 1800mAh, the tablet offers long battery life. You can own Tursion 7-inch Android Tablet for just $99. The product will certainly bring a new tablet experience to you on a small price.
5. PanDigital 7-Inch Tablet
PanDigital is a 7-inch tablet that you can buy just for $79.96. PanDigital sports a TFT LCD display with a resolution of 600 x 800 pixels. You have 1GB memory, 2-in-1 card reader and SD/SDHC, MMC/MMC+ memory slots on the device. For connectivity, you can rely on Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and 1 mini-USB 2.0. 1 stereo mini headphone jack helps you listen to music and watch films with a headphone. Built-in rechargeable Li-ion Battery will realize better battery life.
6. ePad 7 Inches Tablet
ePad is another 7-inch tablet PC that you can buy for a low price. The device that runs on Android 2.2 Froyo has a resistive touchscreen with better image clarity. The tablet runs on 1GHz Cortex-A9 processor, 512M of DDR2 RAM and Mali-400 GPU 4GB. ePad is one of better performing cheap Android tablets that you can find in stores now. You can use the device to listen to music, watch films and read eBooks, magazines and newspapers.
These are six low-priced 7-inch Android tablets. Besides these products, reputed companies like Amazon, Samsung, Sony, Kobo and Barnes & Noble have unveiled tablets with 7-inch screens for eReading. But they are priced around $200; however, they open doors for more 7-inch tablet for cheap prices in feature.