Tired of using that old bulky laptop? It’s time to get home a brand new tablet. But, then its not that easy to find a good tablet that fits your budget. And if you decide to go for a cheaper one, you probably end up sacrificing on the quality. So, is there any way to can get your hands on something that’s affordable and at the same time offers you the best performance? Yes, you can. Listed below are a few budget tablets that according to me deserve to be on your wish-list, and why not when you get to bring home one of the best tablets at just under Rs. 15000.
A good one to start with – The Blackberry Playbook. The device has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen offering a resolution of 1024 x 600px. Powered by a 1 GHz processor and a 1 GB RAM, the tablet seems to be a serious monster. However, it works the best when synced with a Blackberry mobile. So, if you are using a BB smartphone already, the Playbook turns out to be the right pick. With an inbuilt storage memory of 16 GB, space will definitely not be an issue. Above all, the tablet features a powerful 5 MP primary camera and a 3.0 MP secondary camera. Make a slight research online and a good deal with cost you not more than Rs. 15000.
Samsung Galaxy P1010
For Samsung fans out there, here is a delicious piece of cake at just around Rs. 12500. Like the Blackberry Playbook, the Samsung P1010 too flaunts a decent 7-inch touchscreen offering the same resolution. So, if you are looking for a Playbook alternative, Samsung Galaxy P1010 is without a doubt the right choice. The tablet runs on Android v2.2 (Froyo) OS and houses a 1 GHz processor. The inbuilt storage of 16 GB can be further extended up to 32 GB. Of course you may not be too happy with a 3.15 MP primary camera and a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, but that shouldn’t disappoint you. The tablet comes with an Adobe flash support, ThinkFree office suite and video chat functionality.
Amazon Kindle Fire
Known to be one of the best budget tablets, the Amazon Kindle Fire comes with some amazing features. The screen has a 7-inch IPS display offering you the best experience while watching movies and reading ebooks. Kindle Fire is loaded with Android v2.3 customized operating system. The inbuilt storage is just 8 GB. However, a free cloud storage is offered for content purchased at Amazon. At around Rs. 16000, this one definitely does not fall in the ‘under-15K’ category, but surely deserves your attention. You obviously wont’ hold any regrets for having paid those extra bucks.
These are just some of the budget tablets that I know of. Spend some time online and you may probably end up with a few more names on your list. compareraja.in can help you find the best deals on the above-listed budget tablets.