Tablets are the thing of today. Everyone wants to get their hands on a tablet. But here’s the thing, they can be too expensive for everyone to buy. Where in most cases, people want to buy a high quialty tablet but on the other hand, the thought of the high priced item would make them think twice about purchasing the item, or even causing to opt-out in buying altogether. But thanks to Android, they now have a range of high quality tabloids in the market, that too are at an affordable price. Now you don’t have to worry about paying £400 for a decent tabloid. Even if your budget in under £100, you can still grab a great tablet for your needs.
Let’s take a look at some of the best Android tablets that can be bought within a budget for this year 2015.
- Vodafone Tab Prime 6: The tab is a decent built; not a bad attempt if they were trying to come up within a budget tabloid. The tablet is priced £150 and is a good option for all those who want to complete their simple tasks using 4G data. The users can use the PAYG option to use the 4G data package.
- Asus Fonepad 7 LTE: This is a device that might not appeal to all. If you are one of those people who want a small, 7inch screen tablet that allows you to make phone calls, then you should certainly keep the Asus Fonepad in your list of tablets. The price tag for this tablet is £199.
- Asus Memo Pad 8: This £169.99 priced phone speaks style and power. It’s a well-built tablet that has enough capacity and great for casual gaming. Nonetheless, productive tasks can also be carried out with this tablet and you can browse the internet with great ease.
- Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20: The Acer Iconia is another very affordable tablet priced at £179, offering great performance. The tab also has decent storage capacity. It’s simple yet very stylish in its appearance and great for on the go adventures!
- Asus Memo Pad 7: This tab, which is priced only £120, is a very impressive device. The tablet is sturdy build and has a pleasant design. The best thing about this tablet is the hardware. It boasts about hardware that rival higher priced tablets possess. It has a front speaker and great screen resolution. Very affordable and comes with superb features too!
- LG G Pad 8.3: To date, this tab is undoubtedly the best LG has come up with. In fact, the tablet is a bit of a steal in only £199. The tablet has a very nice selection of software and hardware and is smaller in size.
When you are tablet hunting, there are numerous things one has to consider such as the screen, resolution, size, storage capacity and a lot more. If these tablets do not satisfy you, feel free to seek out for more options.