Some people don’t have it in their budget to spend three of four hundred dollars on a tablet while others are unsure of getting enough value to justify the cost.  For both groups, they are looking for a decent tablet at a good value.  The question is: can you find a quality tablet for less than $100?

Tursion 7” Capacitive A10

This tablet actually used to be well over $100 but now has a price of just $85.  This price drop allows buyers the opportunity to get a high –dollar tablet at a budget price.

The Tursion has 4GB and 8GB capacity with the option to expand up to 32GB via a microSD card.  It comes with a front facing camera and WiFi capabilities.  It also has a decent display and good speed.

eLocity A7-004

This tablet has an impressive screen with a resolution of 1024×600 and a powerful CPU to provide the speed you need.  It also features 4GB of memory – not a lot for a full media library, but it will hold some apps and e-books.

The eLocity sells for around $120 new but you can get it for $85, which makes it an affordable option for most budgets.

best tablets for under $100

Coby Kyros

This 7” tablet runs on Android 4 ICS, which will work with most apps, unlike some of the older OS.  With 512MB of RAM and a 1GHz processor, this tablet has the speed you are looking for.  With the microSD slot, you can add up to 32GB of storage space for your media library.  Its touch screen works well, which can be a problem with cheaper tablets.  It is also lightweight and easy to carry in a bag or purse without adding a lot of weight.

While you may not find the extra features and you may have to give up some storage, you can find some decent tablets under $100.  Once you try one out, you may decide it’s worth spending the extra money to get an upgrade.

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