Either you are looking for a cheap 7-inch tablet or simply for an efficient one, try out three of the cheapest ones on market, including Archos G2, HTC Flyer HTCFlyerP512 and Coby MID7022-4G. Priced between $150 and $300, these products feature high quality displays, reasonable storage capacity but also pretty fast processors which helps you to operate its applications with some ease.
Taking the first model, Archos G2, this one costs about $150 and includes a 7 inch display which uses a widescreen Active Matrix TFT Color LCD technology plus a 800 x 480 resolution, able to provide you clearer images than before. Apart from this, it comes with 4 GB of flash memory so you can stock plenty of files and entertainment staff, but also with a multi touch screen. If you think you do not have plenty of space for your multimedia files, you can connect it to external memory cards thanks to a memory card reader.
The Lithium polymer battery is able to develop a 6 hour autonomy in normal use, so you might recharge it more often if you cannot help playing with it. Regarding its dimensions, the tablet measures 8 inches width, 0.5 inches height and 4.2 inches depth and weights 13 oz.
The second product we introduce to you is HTC Flyer HTCFlyerP512. This tablet is the most expensive one, but also the best rated one thanks to its features. More exactly, this model, which costs about $300, shares a 1.3 MP webcam and a 5 MP digital camera so you can talks ‘face to face’ with the best friends and family. Unlike the previous model, this one comes with a 16 GB storage capacity and 1 GB of system memory so you can do more things at the same time.
Apart from this, it is incorporated a Lithium Ion battery and a Bluetooth 3.0 technology (A2DP). Concerning the media formats supported, this tablet’s media player runs AAC, AMR, WMA, OGG, XVID and many other formats. Finally, it uses Android 2.3 operating system and measures 7-3/4 inches height, 4-7/8 inches with and 0.5 inches depth.
Concerning the last tablet, Coby MID7022-4G, this one is priced in the region of $180, delivering a Cortex A8 processor clocked at 1 GHz, Lithium Polymer battery plus a pretty large storage capacity of 32 GB and a 7 inch capacitive touch screen. Just like the previous model, this one uses Android 2.3 operating system and only shares a 512 MB system memory. Instead, it comes with a built-in webcam and a digital media card reader. Finally, the tablet measures 7.6 inches height, 4.8 inches width and 0.4 inches depth and measures about 13.4 oz.