These days, on the tablet market you will find two kinds of tablets. The most expensive options include the Galaxy Notes and the IPads. These devices are probably constructed to replace your computer or at least to be a really cool device. To acquire one of these devices, you will have to spend approximately 400 dollars or even more. Not everyone is willing to spend this amount of money or to replace a laptop with a high-end tablet. Many people are just looking for a better way to play Angry Birds, to chat easier, or to get some reading done while travelling.
These are the things that any device can do and you don’t have to pay 400 dollars for it. The cheap tablet market is quite large and the options available out there are so numerous that there is no wonder many users have turned to these products.
Before you go shopping for a cheap tablet, you need to make sure that the device you will own will feature all the games and apps you need. Probably, you will want a solid construction, a really good batter life and a pretty good screen. A few years ago, you couldn’t find all these features in one product and still spend less than 300 dollars. But now, you surely can. So here are the best cheap tablets on the market.
Asus Memo Pad 7
This tablet is a great high-end tablet. It has all the things that you need. It comes with Android 4.4, an Intel processor and it is light and thin. The design is really nice, it has a black and sharply cornered body and it looks like a Nokia Lumia phone. The internal storage is 16 to 32GB, which is great because several cheap tablets feature an 8GB storage or even less.
Amazon Fire HDX 7
Looks like Amazon can do great tablets too, not only e-book readers. This is a useful tablet for those who are interested in hearing, buying, reading or watching videos. Amazon Kind Fire HDX 7 comes with a 7-inch display, 1920 x 1200 pixels, 16GB of storage, a strong battery and a fast processor. If you have Amazon Prime, for 99 dollars you will receive a lot of content for free, for example music, movies or videos.
Asus Nexus 7
Very similar to the Memo Pad 7, Google Nexus 7 has a really nice build quality and a good screen. It has a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core Krait processor and 2GB of RAM. The internal storage is 16 or 32 GB. It is perfect for music, surfing the web, watching videos or Netflix.