Three of the cheapest tablets on market remain Velocity Micro CRUZT410, Le Pan II and Archos 501897. More exactly, the three products are priced between $200 – $300, something which allows you to get a brand new tablet without being forced to save plenty of money. Despite their low price, these tablets provide pretty remarkable performances, including fast CPUs, good connectivity and very efficient video characteristics.
Velocity Micro CRUZT410 costs about $290, depending on store, and is included a large display as well as an efficient processor. More exactly, it comes with a 10 inch display using a 1024 x 600 resolution (capacitive touch-screen TFT technology) and an ARM Cortex A8 CPU running at 1 GHz. Apart from this, it shares 512 MB of RAM system memory so you might not be able to run too many programs simultaneously.
The tablet features at the same time a 0.3 MP front webcam so you can make video calls and supports three audio formats, including MP3, OGG and WAV. Its interface incorporates a digital media card reader for transferring data from external devices, a built-in 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN and a micro USB port. Finally, the system uses Android 2.3 operating system, and measures 6.5 inches height, 0.5 inches depth and 10 inches width.
Regarding the second tablet, Le Pan II, this one is a bit cheaper than the previous model, being priced in the region of $270. Unlike the Velocity tablet, this Le Pan comes with 1 GB of DDR3 RAM system memory and a 9.7 inch display featuring touch screen and TFT LCD technology for higher clarity. Moreover, it provides a built-in 2 MP webcam and 2 GB of MSATA memory.
Also, it includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz and a 6-cell Lithium Ion battery which allows you to use it for up to 7 hours. We also mention that the tablet uses Android 3.2 Honeycomb operating system and measures 0.5 inches height, 9.3 inches width and 7.4 inches depth.
Finally, we introduce you the Archos 501897 product. This tablet is worth $280 and shares an OMAP 4 CPU (dual core). Furthermore, the product comes with a 8 GB flash capacity so you can stock plenty of games and multimedia staff, plus an Active Matrix TFT display which measures 8 inches and uses 4:3 aspect ratio (including a 1024 x 768 resolution).
Its interface incorporates an IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and uses Bluetooth 2.1 technology for transferring data. We also mention an integrated webcam, GPS service, HDMI and multi-touch screen technology. Finally, the system, which uses Android 3.2 operating system measures 0.5 inches height, 8.9 inches width and 6.1 inches depth.