It’s raining tablets these days. Almost every person wants to own it. What resist a lot of people from buying these tablets is their hefty price tags. There is a myth regarding low cost tablets in terms of features, but most of these products come along with some great features, like Wi-Fi, 3G and GPS. So if you were holding yourself back from buying a tablet, your search comes to an end, as listed below are some affordable tablets, which support different applications.
MSI WindPad 100A
This device has a very sleek and slim outlook, equipped with 1280 x 800 IPS. With different ports, it also includes 3.5mm audio jack, USB and HDMI. It features rear camera of 5MP and front camera of 2 MP and is powered by Tegra 2 processor with 2 GB RAM. You can avail this tablet with both 16 GB and 32 GB. This device is priced around 17,000.
Reliance 3G Tab
Reliance 3G tablet powered by Android 2.3, comes with a 7-inch display. It also possesses micro SD storage space supporting up to 32GB. It sports two cameras of 2MP and also includes other features like GPS, mobile TV, voice calling, video streaming and others. It is priced at 12,999.
Olive Pad VT-100
OlivePad – VT100 is India’s first 3.5G Pad. It sports 7-inch touch screen display with Android operating system, supporting Bluetooth 3.5G HSUPA and Wi-fi. It features three inbuilt mega-pixel camera and a front camera. It also offers gaming console, easy access to social networking, an e-book reader, GPS for maps, video and voice calling and television. It is available in India for 14,490.
Wespro Digital ePad
This is another tablet that is affordable and sports different features. It comes with 400 MHz processor, 1.9 Android operating system. It also features 128 MBRAM, Wi-Fi, MP3,MPEG, expandable memory up to 32 GB, WMA DIVX and XVID file formats. You can own this tablet for 5,999 only.
HCL Sakshat Tablet
Sporting a 7-inch diplay, this tablet has USB Ports, external hard drive and various applications like PDF viewer, Power Point, Open Office, Word, Excel, video streaming, web browsing, sip and unzip facility, and flash video. You can get all this just for 1,500(approximately)
This 10.1 inch multi-touch display with 800 x 1280 pixels screen resolution tablet comes with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. It sports Dual cameras, 5 MP rear camera for HD video playback and recording, secondary 2MP front cameras for video calling, 3.5mm jack, 32 GB in-built memory, music player, stereo speaker and external memory card slot. 8 GB Toshiba Thrive will cost you for 19,000 in India.
Beetel Magiq Tablet
Originated by Beetel Teletech, this tablet comes with, 2.2 Android operating system and 8 GB memory, expandable up to 16 GB. It sports front and back camera of 2 MP, 3G function, Wi-Fi and long battery life. It is priced at 8,999.
Zinglife developed a 10-inch tablet, powered by 2.2 Android operating system. It offers 1GHz processor, RJ45 broadband port and 512 MB of RAM. It is estimated to be priced at 12,300.
This device runs on 2.3 Andriod and sports updated processor of 800MHz. It also features 512 MB RAM and ROM, VGA front and rear camera of 3MP, SIM and SD card slot, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It aims at becoming a popular choice in India as it replaces MI-700. This device can cost around 17,000
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- Beetel Teletech launches Beetel Magiq tablet in India (panasianbiz.com)
- Tablet Review: Beetel Magiq (android-tablet.org)
- Fujitsu set to release a dust and waterproof Android tablet, dubbed Arrows Tab (intomobile.com)