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Soon they’ll be paying you to use tablets: Meet the $79 E Fun Nextbook 7

E Fun has been offering dirt cheap tablets for a few years. But they just keep getting cheaper and cheaper, while the specs don’t seem to get any worse. If you’ve got a few hundred bucks to spend on a tablet you’re still probably better off getting a Google Nexus 7 or a Samsung tablet. But […]

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Allwinner A33 chips could arrive in cheap tablets this summer

Allwinner plans to begin mass production of its new quad-core processor for low-cost tablets in July. The company has announced that the Allwinner A33 chip will be available to device makers for as little as $4.99, and Allwinner has also revealed plans for reference tablets which could cost as little as $40 to build (and […]

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Asus unveils new MeMO Pad 7 and 8 inch budget tablets

Asus is making 3 new MeMO Pad tablets official… much to nobody’s surprise. Still, it’s nice to see the new models confirmed, and some models have some rather attractive features including full HD IPS displays and Intel Bay Trail or Merrifield processors. Official launch dates and prices aren’t yet available, but Asus typically uses the […]

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Asus ME176 Bay Trail Android tablet coming soon for $149?

Intel is pushing its low-power Bay Trail processors as an alternative to ARM-based tablet processors. Several Chinese device makers have already announced upcoming Android tablets with Bay Trail chips. Now it looks like Taiwanese PC maker Asus may be getting ready to launch its own line of Android tablets with Bay Trail processors — and […]

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3 new Asus budget tablets with Android 4.4 on the way

Asus is working on at least three new Android tablets with low-end specs. Details about the unannounced 7, 8, and 10 inch tablets popped up recently at the Bluetooth and WiFi certification websites, painting a picture of several new affordable tablets which could be part of the company’s MeMo Pad lineup. Prices, pictures, and launch […]