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Need a cheap tablet that can run Windows apps (or which at least functions as a video player and web browsing machine) and don’t care if it’s a particularly good tablet with long battery life or speedy performance?

Then you’re in luck, because right now there are a couple of options that are so incredibly cheap you probably won’t care if they have mediocre specs.

NuVision’s 8 inch Windows tablets are often among the most affordable models available with 1920 x 1200 pixel displays. But right now the Microsoft Store is offering one of the best prices I’ve seen: you can pick up a model with an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor for just $69.

Have an extra $11 to spare? There’s a Cherry Trail model available from Amazon for $80. And if you’d rather have a 10 inch display and a detachable keyboard, Jet’s got you covered with a $70 tablet from iView featuring a 9 inch screen and Bay Trail CPU.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Windows devices

Chromebooks

Other

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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10 replies on “Deals of the Day (8-09-2017)”

    1. I thought I’d take a look at the Microsoft Store Canadian website to see if it had a good deal on the NuVision TM800W560L (USD 69.00). No such luck. What I found interesting was that the similar model; NuVision TM800P610L is actually much cheaper in Canada (CAD 199.00) than in the States (USD 229.00 = CAD 290.82).

      Still more than I want to pay for a no-name Windows tablet, though. 🙂

  1. Weren’t there recent stories about future Win 10 iterations not supporting some of these Atom chips? I wasn’t paying too close attention but if some of these are going to lose update capability then that would be a real worry.

      1. That’s the $500 Vivotab Smart I bought when I thought Windows 8 would be the next big thing. I have the pricing of iOS tablets, the popularity and software library of a Windows tablet, and now, the reliability of updates found on an Android tablet. Best of all worlds!

          1. ….Bought the nvision 8″ , 2Gb, etc. at about the past March. I bought it with my bing points at the Msf+ store, for fun effect. Then still, _ Win 10 Creators’ update_ broke the poor thing, probably. The nice clerk eventually took back that tablet while muttering…
            ” unavailable updated drivers…” or something. And I lost my bing points… harumph… maybe, hopefully that broken tablet won’t happen again to anyone… thanks…

  2. Fry’s seems to be clearing out off-brand Windows tablets through their email promotions. They currently offer a “Digiland” 8″ 2-in-1 with Windows 10, a Z3735F CPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB storage and keyboard case for only $49! You need to use their emailed PromoCode for this and other deals.

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