Best budget tablets 2018



In the world of innovation, where the costs of PCs and portable tablets are continually increasing, there are still many devices that are reasonable enough to use every day, including “Tablets”. Nowadays, it is not essential to have a huge amount of money in your pocket to buy the best tablet, because even cheap tablets are efficient today. If you’re thinking of buying a better tablet for less than $200, then there are some of the most capable tablets to get your hands on in this price range. Although it’s under a budget range, these tablets are suitable for everyday work and moderate games.

The tablet market is one of the most targeted markets where new tablets are introduced every few weeks, which makes it difficult for people like you and me to buy the best for our daily needs. Although it causes great perplexity in choice, this also serves as a blessing for buyers of cheap gadgets since tablets that were launched only a couple of weeks have huge price drops because their models improved and launch more expensive on the market. In addition, this offers buyers of cheap gadgets the opportunity to choose and purchase their favorite tablet at low cost. The tablets within the price range of $200 are equipped to perform daily tasks, along with moderate games.

Now, let’s take a look at the list of the best cheap tablets you can buy in your budget.

1.) Samsung Galaxy Tab A


It is already quite clear that Samsung is one of the most trusted smartphone manufacturers in the world, but they’re also good at making powerful tablets. Samsung Galaxy Tab A is one of the most reliable tablets on a budget. With 8 inches of screen, along with Wi-Fi, it’s a powerful and alluring tablet on the market. It works with the latest version of Google’s Android operating system and offers Samsung’s robust and easy-to-use TouchWiz interface. It also provides a handful of useful and entertaining software benefits.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A has an external plastic body that looks quite good and feels fragile. Despite this, it is comfortable and thin, which makes it light. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A is powered by a single speaker on the bottom that is not the best on the market but is sharp and clear enough to play movies and music. For games, the tablet is powered by dedicated Adreno 308 graphics that efficiently manage all the latest games available in the Play Store.

2.) Lenovo Tab 4



Tab 4 is the newest and most powerful tablet from Lenovo that works with the latest Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. Its advanced features and solid performance are surprisingly available at an affordable price. In fact, there are two variants of Lenovo Tab 4, one is the 10-inch variant that is priced at $180, and the second is the 8-inch variant, which is much smaller and cheaper, with a price of $130. Both variants have the same specifications and the same design, the only difference you will notice is the size of the screen.

On the front, we have a brilliant 10-inch HD screen with Flourishing Dolby Atmos Audio which, collectively, offers the best entertainment of its kind to its users. According to Lenovo, the Tab 4 is kept up to date for up to 12 hours of uninterrupted video streaming, great in this price range, making it one of the best tablets with less than $200 to watch movies over up. Under the hood, we have Snapdragon 425 Quad-Core Processor 1.4 GHz and 2GB of RAM that together is responsible for multitasking and promises a hassle-free user interface.

3.) Fire HD 8



Amazon Fire HD 8 is basically a family tablet. It’s fun for the whole family as it offers lots of features for both adults and children, and if you really want to unlock your full potential, just sign up for Amazon Prime. The Amazon Prime account will give you access to a huge media library full of free games, movies, and TV shows, as well as some personalized Amazon tips. And to make a notch, you can download all of this on your tablet or microSD card, provided it does not exceed 128GB.

If you’re not a fan of videos and like to call yourself a bookworm, there’s something special for you too. With unlimited Kindle service, you can select, download and read a large number of books. There is also an integrated speed reading function, Word Runner, which would surely reassure bookworms looking for a cheap device between an e-reader and a tablet.

4.) Asus ZenPad S 8.0



The Asus ZenPad S 8.0 is one of the best Android budget tablets we’ve ever seen. The iPad (iPad Mini compared to Asus ZenPad) is one of the best things that happen in the tablet world, is a tablet superstar. Asus ZenPad is a new star, not the best in history, but just as beautiful and accessible. ZenPad S 8.0 is a very smart tablet with Android that works very well and is one of the best tablets with Android for less than $200. It is very similar to the iPad Mini, but it is cheaper. At the same price, you can buy an iPad Mini 2, but ZenPad offers almost double the functions.

The performances of ZenPad are similar to those of the iPad Mini 2, which in itself is a great compliment. It has 32GB of internal memory, which is twice the size of the iPad Mini 2. Asus works with Android 5.0 and has 2GB of RAM, which is more than enough. ZenPad S 8.0 has a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and you can not ask for more.

5.) LG GPad II



LG Electronics G PAD II is the best tablet for anyone wishing to surf the Internet, work occasionally and play many games. The tablet works on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The tablet comes with 16GB of internal memory, which can be further expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. The tablet comes with 1GB of RAM, which handles multitasking on the tablet. LG GPad II has an 8-inch IPS HD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. These specifications are not the best by market standards, but they are still good enough for users looking for entertainment in their spare time.

With the full-size USB port, this tablet will suddenly be appreciated by many people. Adding additional devices is allowed to increase versatility in a tablet. The device comes with a built-in pen to draw and make handwritten notes.


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