What are the best budget tablets of 2013? Are they worth to buy? If you are wondering about cheap tablets in this competitive market of high-end and heavily priced tablets, let me tell you – relax man! There are tablets that come with affordable price tags offering appreciable features and usability. I tried to list such 4 mid-range tablets that are available in the market right now.
The 4 Best Budget Tablets Currently Available In the Market
Asus Google Nexus 7 2Image: Google Image Search Now in its second generation, the Google Nexus 2 tablet is the arguably the best budget tablet out there right now. Some of the niceties of Google Nexus 7 2 can be defined as:
- The 7.0 display has a satisfactory 323ppi, and the connectivity options are now profound, including NFC.
- It runs on a quad-core 1.5GHz Krait processor with an S4 Pro chipset and 2GB RAM.
- Available in Wi-Fi only, and 3G/4G models the Nexus 7 2 has royal blood in its very affordable package.
Acer Iconia B1 tabImage Source: acer.com The Acer Iconia tab, also a 7” tablet, is second in our line-up. The following are the reasons why I crown it as second of the 4 Best Budget Tablets of 2013.
- At first glance, there is nothing alluring about the tablet. Its plastic chassis feels heavy, and the thick bezel is unattractive.
- But despite its aesthetic weaknesses, the Iconia B1 tab is a solid performer, and will survive for a long time.
- It runs on a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, and only has 512MB RAM. There’s a MicroSD slot as well.
- The tab doesn’t lag, is reliable, and most importantly, is very cheap, retailing for about $150.