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There’s a new crop of Windows tablets on the market featuring 8 inch screens, Intel Atom Z3735 Bay Trail processors, and price tags below $200. But these models tend to have less RAM and storage than the first generation of Windows 8 tablets which launched late last year and early in 2014.

The good news is that you can still buy the older tablets — and since they’re older, you can often score pretty good deals on them, especially if you’re willing to buy a refurbished tablet.

Today’s roundup of deals includes a couple 8 inch Windows tablets which sell for $200 or less, plus a deal on a pretty good 8 inch Android tablet.

toshiba encore 8

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

8 inch tablets

10 inch and larger tablets and notebooks

Other

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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7 replies on “Deals of the Day (10-10-2014)”

  1. I have a Dell Venue 8 with 16gb RAM and a dual core 2.1ghz processor that I only paid $149 for. It’s hard to beat at that price and it doesn’t run Windows 8 Metro Tiles!

  2. The vyvo a1 mini with z3740d 32gb 2g 1280×800 8″ ips for $120 reigns King all over. There are other rebrandings of the Emdoor EM_8080_V3, but the a1 mini undercuts all of them by at least $20.

  3. Gets so boring, all this low power weak sauce crap for sale. The same stuff with different names over and over and over.

    1. I got a 60 dollar refurbished 7 inch Nook tablet HD on the way. I would say that is pretty exciting.

  4. I said it before and I’ll say it again: its not an E11, its an E3-111-C0WA.

    1. Is there a significant difference or is the pn being truncated needlessly?

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