5 tablets under Rs.10,000 in India
| by Naina Khedekar
The not-so-good performance of the Aakash tablet raised many questions about low-end tablets that flash affordable price tags. A low-cost tablet need not necessarily come with an advanced feature sheet, and they certainly don’t. If you want your tablet to perform like an iPad, then buy an iPad - these were the words echoed by the Datawind head. But believing that ‘you get what you pay for,’ a decent performance worth the price that the product comes attached with is something we can surely demand. For those who can't get their hands on the hot and happening idevice, can opt for the affordable lot. Android tablets do a commendable job at providing the masses with the affordability factor, by going as low as sub-10K. For those with a tight budget that can reach just go up to Rs. 10,000, here are a few options of tablets within your reach.
Affordable and reliable
Ainol Novo 7 Paladin
Low-end tablet segment dominated by Android
This tablet shows off a comparatively advanced specifications sheet at a price of just Rs.7,990. Spotted on Rediff.com, this Android 2.3 Gingerbread tablet equips a 1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A10 with 512 MB DDR3 RAM. With support for SuperHD video playback, the Veedee D10 offers connectivity options, like 3G (via external dongle) and Wi-Fi. The device is loaded with 4G internal and up to 32GB external memory capacity. The feature sheet comes across as amazing and the price tag makes it further lucrative. Backed by a one-year warranty, this tablet also seems a good buy.
Some other low-end tablets that one could consider include the new BSNL Pantel, Ubislate 7+ and one can also check out the Creative Zii07.
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