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Amazon’s Fire tablets are still on sale for $40 and up for Cyber Monday, but if you’re looking for a tablet you don’t have to hack to use Google apps then you might want to consider picking up a Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite instead – while the 8.7 inch tablet has a list price of $170, the tablet is on sale for $100 at the moment, making it one of the cheapest halfway decent Android tablets around.

Or if you’re looking for a model with a bigger screen and support for Samsung’s S-Pen stylus, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is currently on sale for $230 and up, while the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is on sale for $369 and up.

Here are some of the best Cyber Monday mobile tech deals I’ve found so far.

Amazon tablets

Other tablets

Smartphones

Google

Motorola

OnePlus

RedMagic

Samsung

Chromebooks (laptops & tablets)

Windows Laptops & tablets

$100 – $500

$501 – $900

$901 and up

Mini PCs and single-board computers

Storage

Portable SSDs

External desktop HDDs

Other

Headphones & earbuds

Bluetooth speakers

eReaders

Wearables

  • Networking

Charging

PC Games

Media Streamers

Amazon Fire TV

Google Chromecast

Roku

NVIDIA Shield

Streaming & services

Standalone service deals

Amazon Prime Channels ($2/month for up to 2 months each)

Roku Channels ($1 or 2/month for up to 2 months each)

Other streaming & service deals

Other

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  1. “Windows Laptops & tablets

    $100 – $500 …”

    There is no such category; there are the $100 laptops with only 768 rows of pixels that can’t display a webpage and then there is a $400 gap without products.

    As for the Samsung Galaxy A7 Lite being a halfway decent Android tablet, it also lacks an adequate screen — I submit that having to use the Fire Toolbox to use Android apps shouldn’t be considered a selling point at all and a 2021-edition Fire HD 10 is a much better buy at $75. You keep fudging the issue with Fire tablets; there are exactly two still usable as Android tablets, the Fire HD 10 and Fire HD 10+; while they are half price and before they get updated (likely in 2023) is the time to get one (i.e. now). The $75 Fire HD 10 has just as much RAM as the A7 Lite (3 GB, though Samsung/Amazon won’t disclose it); 40% more for one more gigabyte of RAM is excessive, but the Fire HD 10+ is still superior to anything costing less than twice as much, I think.

    1. P.S. correction: “… NOT having to use the Fire Toolbox to use Android apps shouldn’t be considered a selling point at all”.