Sungale’s Beam ID702WTA and ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101-A1 are two of the cheapest tablets on market. Given their low prices, the two models do not share too impressive technologies but they are for no doubt able to offer solutions for some of your daily needs. Unlike the Sungale model, this ASUS is already part of both best-selling and top rated tablets on market, being priced in the region of $380 – $400. So, if you do not have enough money for a brand new expensive tablet, try out one of these two products.
Sungale’s Beam ID702WTA is much cheaper than the second product as it costs about $170 only. But –as you probably expected – it features much lower performance than the ASUS one. For example, this tablet only offers 2 GB of storage capacity, which might not be sufficient for your dozens of multimedia staff. Thus, you can barely save hundreds of photos or games never-mind songs or other multimedia files such as videos and movies.
But here are some of the details this tablet includes. The system is powered by a VIA WM8650 processor running at 800 MHz (+300 MHz DSP). Your multitasking activity might not be too efficient as the tablet only comes with 256 MB of system memory. Instead, the model is still able to support Android 2.2 operating system and offer wireless LAN connectivity (802.11 b/g).
The display measures 7 inches and features multi-touch screen so you can manipulate your folders with some ease. Also, the product includes a digital media card reader which supports microSD but also a couple of high-speed USB 2.0 ports. As for the sizes, the tablet measures 0.6 inched depth, 7.5 inches height and 5.6 inches width.
Regarding the second tablet we want to present you, this ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101-A1 is worth about $400. The price might sound expensive but once you try this model you might want to have it. Using a NVIDIA processor, this tablet delivers you a very remarkable performance as well as an irresistible display which measures 10.1 inches and features a 1280 x 800 resolution and IPS touch screen technology (including Gorilla glass).
At the same time, it shares 16 GB of storage capacity and 1 GB of system memory so you can run more applications simultaneously. Furthermore, the tablet comes with two cameras (front and rear), meant to improve your video call activity and entertainment one. Unlike the Sungale model, this ASUS uses Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system as well as a NVIDIA Tegra 2 graphics. As for the connectivity, it is sustained by a wireless LAN, 802.11 b/g/n. You are also allowed to transfer plenty of data from external sticks and cards thanks to a 4-in-1 media card reader which supports two formats, namely Secure Digital High Capacity and microSD. Finally, the tablet measures 10.7 inches width, 7 inches depth and 0.5 inches height.