In China there’s an even cheaper option.The Ployer MOMO7W is a Windows tablet that sells for just 299 Yuan. That’s about $48 US.
The MOMO7W certainly isn’t a very good tablet. But it’s cheap.
Now that Microsoft gives away Windows software to makers of small Windows tablet free of charge, it’s possible to make Windows tablets that are just as cheap as Android tablets… and often cheaper. Intel also helps by offering Bay Trail processors are low prices.
The Ployer MOMO7W features a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1GB of RAM. 16GB of storage, and Windows 8.1 software. It also comes with a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365. It has an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, WiFi, and a microSD card slot.
While the screen resolution is disappointingly low, the tablet does have an HDMI port — which means you could plug it into an external display and use the tablet to stream videos to a TV. Just don’t expect to turn this $48 tablet into a full-fledged desktop-style computer by hooking up a keyboard, mouse and display: 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage are good enough for basic Windows tablet apps, but they’re not really sufficient for running multiple desktop Windows apps.
via Mike Cane