Affordable Android Tablets, 7 Top Christmas Presents For Under $150
If you are on the lookout for Android tablets that are affordable yet powerful, low-cost yet high-quality, then you will definitely want to check out this list of great Android-powered tablets all under one hundred and fifty bucks:
The Python is a line of 7-inch tablet computers powered by a sturdy 1.5 GHz dual core CPU along with a respectable one gig of RAM. It runs Android 4.1 and also has the capability to store 8 gigs of memory and has a Micro SD that allows you to add up to 32 gigs if you need more. Estimated price: around sixty-nine, ninety-nine USD.
MeMo PAD 7.0
The MeMo PAD is your go-to choice for small but zippy little Android OS tablets. It is right at the border of this list at one forty-nine, ninety nine USD, but you get a speedy 1.2 GHz quad core processor and a gig of DD3 RAM for extra speed. The MeMo PAD also comes with 16 gigs of storage space – perfect for watching HD videos and playing high-quality games on your tablet. This one clocks in at around one forty-nine, ninety-nine USD.
These Android tabs run on Android 4.2 with a generous 10.1-inch display screen for comfortable use. It runs on a 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU powered by one gig of RAM. This is a low-cost tablet for those that need more surface area to work, watch and play with. Estimated price: around one hundred twenty-four, ninety-nine USD.
The Envizen is a very capable line of 10-inch tablets running Android 4.1. It averages around one forty-nine, ninety-nine USD for a nifty 1.5 GHz processor, 1 gig of DDR3 RAM and 8 gigs of storage space to boot. This is your all-around tablet for networking, organization and entertainment and is right on top of this list of nifty but budget-friendly Android tablets.
Prestige 10 ME
If you want a line of 10-inch Android tablets that have a lot of space for apps, music, HD movies and video games, then the Prestige 10 ME is your tablet of choice. It comes in with 16 gigs of storage space along with a zippy ARM 1.2 GHz processor and a gig of DDR3 RAM. All these features come in for a package worth around forty-nine, ninety-nine USD.
Fun Tab 7.0
This 7-inch tablet is designed with children in mind. It may be powered by a modest 1 GHz processor with 512 megs of RAM, but it more than makes up for these average specs with a very tough exterior and loads of child-safety features. Blunted corners, rubberized edges and an extra tough touch panel to withstand a truckload of punishment. Estimated price: around seventy-nine, ninety-nine USD. It also comes with Android 4.2.
GameXP Gaming Tablet
Running Android 4.2 on a 1.61 GHz processor and 1 gig of RAM, the GameXP is designed primarily for the gamer looking for a decent yet affordable mobile platform. It not only runs games that are downloaded from the Google Play store, but also natively supports emulating MAME, NES and N64 games. Games from other platforms can be accessed by downloading other apps for emulation purposes.