Quality Affordable Jellybean Tablets

Have you been scouting the net in search for the right budget tablet to suit all your needs?

Before you go crazy trying to find the right tablet, it is always good to know a little more about the product you are buying and whether it suits you or not.

Below are list of affordable jellybean tablets that help you achieve your tablet dreams.

Dell Venue 8





It has the same hardware specs as the Dell Venue 7 along with a similar design. It is only priced a little higher than the 7-inch. The 8-inch tablet has a 2 GB RAM and 16 GB in-built memory powered by an Intel Atom processor it’s fast and affordable. The Venue 8 is a great choice for the modest user who favours performance over looks.  It has the latest jellybean update.  Whether you are movie buff or bookworm the 8-inch screen serves both well.  The audio also serves well at 81 decibels, which is decent for tablets, so there won’t be an issue listening to your favourite songs or playing your favourite movie dialogue over and over again.

Xiaomi Mi Pad 


The Xiaomi Mi Pad is in direct competition with the IPad Mini. The 7.9-inch screen is great for watching a movie or reading. The screen is large enough so you don’t have to squint your eyes.  The NVidia’s 32-bit Tegra K1 is great plus point for gamers as it allows them the freedom to get a desktop kind of feel for the games on the tablet.  It has an impressive battery life that allows the tablet to function without being charged for almost 13 hours, which means you don’t need to panic if you have left your charger at home. The 8 MP camera and 1080 p video recording feature takes great pictures as well as videos.  It may not be the best, but it is great value for money.

Xolo QC800 tablets



If you are looking for an affordable and good-looking tablet, which can make calls as well, look no further.  The 2 MP rear camera is great for outdoor pictures with features like auto-focus, geo-tagging, touch focus and face detection. While these features take great pictures outdoors, it doesn’t produce the same quality in low light or indoor pictures. However, the powerful hardware and other quality features makes it good tablet to have. It doesn’t lag when playing heavy games or performing multiple tasks. Further, the long battery life makes it a good travel partner.




The Asus MeMO Pad is a crowd favourite because it has a sharp display, long battery life and great design quality. The Quad Core processor allows you to jump between apps with ease, whether you checking your emails while listening to songs on YouTube. With a 16 GB internal storage, which is expandable to 64 GB you will never be short of entertainment. You can stuff as much as you want to quench all your entertainment needs, whether it’s gaming, movie or music.

 HP Slate 7



The HP Slate is a good-looking tablet and scores big in the performance department as well.  With the quad core processor you edit documents, while listening to music or access your emails, you can jump between apps without any lags. The 3 MP rear camera takes great pictures though not particularly sharp but does the job for you. It is a good mid-range tab.

These are good mid-range tablets and serve you well. So, if you are looking for something inexpensive yet functional these will be a good fit.

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by techtalks @TechTalks June 25, 2015 7:21 AM UTC


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