The Trio Stealth G4 10.1″ quad-core tablet by Mach Speed is a part of the Sears’ Black Friday 2014 sales. The device listed under item # 00347010 will sell for $99.99, down from $169.99. The Android 4.4 Kit Kat-based Trio Stealth G4 10.1 isn’t as cheap as the Stealth G4 7 or G1 7, but… Read more »
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One of Sear’s flagship tablet deals for Black Friday 2014 is the Android-powered Mach Speed Trio Stealth G4 7 model (item # 00347006). The 7-inch Trio Stealth G4 is advertised as a quad-core Google-certified tablet. It’ll sell for $59.99 on Black Friday, after $20 instant off.
On Black Friday 2014, Sears will offer for only $39.99 a 7-inch tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The advertised Mach Speed Xtreme Play tablet confusingly wears model name TRIO-STEALTH G1 7 on the official product page at Sears, but it’s the same product with the item # 00347000 (000P). It regularly sells for… Read more »
The SM-T330NYKAXAR and SM-T330NZWAXAR are models which form the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 Android tablet series. As the name suggests, they’re the fourth (and the latest) generation Galaxy Tabs and have an 8-inch display.
The Archos 70 Titanium 7-inch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean based tablet has been announced earlier this year as the cheapest model in the new Titanium lineup. Widely available currently in Europe for around 119 Euros and rarely found in stores in the US for about $130, the Archos 70 Titanium offers much more than the… Read more »
The Proscan PLT8088 is the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet, produced by Proscan which is well known for its affordable HDTVs. Sold for only $70, the PLT8088 is the cheapest Android slate with an 8-inch 3:4 display, a form factor similar to the iPad mini.
Coby’s new decently-equipped yet affordable MID7065-8 Android tablet has become available for purchase in the US. This 7-inch multi-touch slate with a dual-core ARM Cortex A9-based processor and Android 4.0 ICS OS costs only $139 and can be bought via Adorama at the time of this writing. Combined with 1GB of RAM, the processor should… Read more »
The Allwinner A13 is a system-on-chip based on a single-core ARM Cortex A8 processor, Mali 400 graphics, and a 1080p video decoder with up to 30fps supported. It can be found in many 7- and 8-inch budget Android tablets under $100 and oftentimes priced at only $70. I’ve tested real-world performance and benchmarked the chip… Read more »
The Telechips 8920 is an ARM Cortex 5-based single-core 1GHz processor, which can be found in some cheap China-made Android tablets and HDMI dongles. In this review and the accompanying video you can see how the tcc8920 performs when it comes to the usual computing tasks such as OS navigation, web browsing, and video playback…. Read more »
The US customers can now purchase the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 – 59346799 7″ Android 4.0 tablet. The price on the market is about $150, making it one of the cheapest tablets by a well known manufacturer.
Currently the cheapest Windows 8 tablet on the market is the Acer Iconia W510-1674, priced at $399.99. It has a 10.1-inch display, Intel Atom processor, and standard Windows 8 for x86 processors instead of RT version for ARM chips, meaning that you will be able to run virtually all new and old Windows application, without… Read more »
The Pandigital Novel R7T40WWHF1 is currently the cheapest Android tablet on the US market, with a price of only $50 at Walmart. Because of the very low price, the one would expect that the R7T40WWHF1 has many disadvantages and wonder if it’s usable at all. The device is usable, running an old Android 2-point-something version… Read more »