The EasyPix EasyPad tablets that can be seen at the IFA 2011 are the quintessential cheap tablets available in 7, 9, and 10-inch screen sizes with TFT touchscreen display. These budget slates are powered by a 1GHz ZT180 CPU, with 512MB RAM, and run Android 2.2.
Pierre Cardin PC-7006G Tablet Priced at £224 in the U.K [1GHz Samsung Cortex-A8, Gingerbread, WiFi, 16GB microSD]
Pierre Cardin has lent its name to a designer tablet, the PC-7006G. The tablet, in fact, is a Gingerbread version of the earlier PC-7006 that ran Froyo. The new piece carries a price tag of £224 and is a neat budget tablet “uplifted” by a designer brand name. The 7-inch tablet is powered by a 1GHz Samsung [...]
The Intenso 8 Live Tab is a low-budget 8-inch display tablet seen today at the IFA 2011. Euro 199 will get you this full plastic-body slate with a screen resolution of 800 x 600 pixels. It comes with 512MB RAM and 8GB onboard storage expandable via microSD card. Although the tablet runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, [...]
Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Tablet for $199 [ Android Gingerbread, Single-Core Cortex-A8 CPU, 8/16/32GB Storage]
The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 is the one true budget tablet out there that carries the label of a respectable brand. Folks, this is a Lenovo tablet for a very cheap $199 and it has been announced today.
Huawei, which till date has been making the hardware for other brands, will be introducing in the U.K a budget smartphone under its own brand. The Huawei Blaze will feature a 3.2-inch touchscreen and have Android 2.3 Gingerbread software.
The Boss Magic 8292 is another cheap / inexpensive Android tablet, in fact it is cheaper than the now much-hated PanImage; so what do you expect you’ll get for your money? Pretty much the same as what you got for Panimage, I would say. The product specs on the seller’s site serve more to make you [...]
When a budget tablet comes with Android 2.2 and processor speeds of 800MHz, then its reason enough to check out the rest of the features. And this is exactly what you want to do with the E11 tablet. It costs $135 and I learnt about it at Nicepro.