5 Cheep Tablets



Recently Many tablets have  received price cuts, but still there is lots of confusion of selecting one for your self. From different sources we identified five cheep and reasonable tablets. Here is the list.

BlackBerry PlayBook
The BlackBerry PlayBook is RIM's 7-inch QNX-based (Operating system that will represent RIM's future.) tablet.  The PlayBook originally started at $499 for the 16GB model, but now it is available from $299 at Best Buy.
Pros: It has Powerful multitasking capability permits applications to run in the background without restrictions, and swipe-based navigation works perfectly with the PlayBook's small screen. The PlayBook also handles Adobe Flash better than many Android tablets.
Cons :It has hardly any noteworthy apps, performance is also somewhat questionalbe.It also lakes in native email or calendar.
RIM says that it's not abandoning the PlayBook. This tablet is worth a look on the strength of its potentialbut it more useful only after RIM adds email, a calendar, and Android apps to the platform.
HTC Flyer
The HTC Flyer is 7-inch Android tablet, runs on Android 2.3 with HTC's Sense interface on top. Initial starting price was $499, but the going rate will drop to $299. The Flyer works with an active digitizer pen (sold separately for $80) that allows users to draw and scribble notes in a handful of apps.

Pros: Its rounded edges and aluminum finish feel nice in the hands. A set of capacitive navigation buttons rotate from portrait to landscape mode depending on the hardware's orientation, reducing the chance of accidental presses.
Cons: Android 2.3 was meant for phones, not tablets. And because it uses that OS, the Flyer is unable to run tablet apps from the Android market. Also, the Flyer's single-core 1.5GHz processor seems outdated in a dual-core world.
Its freshly lowered price enables the Flyer to edge out Samsung's original 7-inch Galaxy Tab as the go-to tablet for anyone who wants what amounts to a blown-up Android phone. Not a terrible option by any means, but certainly not state-of-the-art.
HP TouchPad 

 HP's first tablet, was a failure when its starting price was $499, but the TouchPad became a hit when its price plunged to $99 in August. The last we heard, HP had quickly sold a batch of these 10-inch tablets to its own employees, and it's not clear whether any will be left over for the bargain-hungry public. New TouchPads are on sale for Buy It Now prices of $239 and higher. HP is also offering touchpad to developers at $149.
Pros : WebOS's card-based multitasking is among the best on the market, and an active homebrew scene should keep the software in shape.

Cons: TouchPad is thick and heavy compared to the iPad 2 and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1. The WebOS software is not as good or intuitive as Apple's iOS, and no one has a clear idea the operating system's long-term viability.
The TouchPad is the least-expensive 10-inch tablet. It's probably best suited for users who like to tinker; if all else fails, you can always install Android. Another thing HP recently launched TouchPad go, WebOS based tablet, so forecast of WebOS based applications look good.

Toshiba Thrive
10-inch Android tablet and running on Honeycomb version. it is heavy, and ugly--but it's the only Android tablet on the market with full-size USB, HDMI, and SD Card slots. The Toshiba Thrive was launched at $400 for the 8GB model; Now the asking price has shrunk to $350-400 range.

Pros: Its full-size USB, HDMI, and SD Card slots ports makes this tablet more PC-like than any of its peers.

Cons: No points for style. Battery life is below average. And the Thrive comes stuffed with bloatware.

 Toshiba's already working on a 7-inch Thrive and on a superslim 10-inch tablet known only as the AT200. We'll probably see another price drop on the 10-inch Thrive before the holidays are over.

Acer Iconia Tab A500
Acer's 10-inch Android Honeycomb tablet; but its full-size USB port lets you connect a mouse, a keyboard, a gamepad, or an external hard drive.The A500 delivers powerful tablet performance and effortless multimedia enjoyment in a flash! Have fun with Google Apps like Google Movies and Google Music, connect to social networks, play full-version games in console-quality, browse the Web in accelerated speeds and so much more.The Iconia Tab A500 was launched at $450 market price, but you can now order it from Amazon starting $350 or less.


Pros: The full-size USB port comes in handy, and aluminum trim adds a subtle touch of class.It also has 5MP Rear Facing Camera with Auto Focus and 2MP Front Facing Camera.
Cons : It's big and heavy, and its display has some quirks according to our hands-on review.Maybe the antenna inside the tablet is not very good and results in some WiFi issues
If you need a tablet that plays well with your external USB devices, the Iconia Tab is your cheapest option.

5 Cheep Tablets 5 Cheep Tablets Reviewed by Admin on 7:18 PM Rating: 5

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