Best Tablets Under $100

How Amazing it would be if You Found the Best Tablets Under $100?

You may think that there aren’t a lot of best tablets under $100 out there that are as good as those mid-tier and high-end ones in the market; however, the truth is closer to reality than you’d expect. That’s because there are quality tablets that are rarely publicized in the mainstream media that will definitely change your opinion about low-end tablets. More and more each day the line between low-end and mid-tier products are being blurred by new developments in electronics technology, which allows for a high-end parts to end up in low-tier tablet. The result is that you’ll get a device so cheap it’s criminal!

Choose your device from the best tablets under $100 list that we’ve prepared for you:

Amazon Fire 7
This tablet has appeared on this blog on at least 3 occasions now and the reason is obvious – it’s got great features and is also cheap. Featurewise, the Fire 7 packs a decent package of quality electronics under the hood like the 7 inches IPS LCD screen, 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 quad-core processor, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and A2DP and LE Bluetooth technology. You can be sure that the Amazon Fire 7 will never underperform for all basic operations you’ll do on it, which makes it one of the best tablets under $100. You can get it for just $50, but if you want to buy in bulk, then get the 6 for $250 pack of Fire 7s and save $50.

best tablets under $100

Lenovo Tab3 7
The Tab3 Essential 7 is one of the reasons why Lenovo has risen to the ranks of Samsung and Apple in the competitive world of the consumer electronics industry. For $93 or less (if you can get discounts on Amazon) you’ll enjoy features like the Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53 processor, 1GB RAM + 8 or 16GB ROM, Bluetooth 4.0 A2DP and Wifi technology. It also sports an FM radio, microUSB 2.0, and a 3450 mAh battery that lets you perform multimedia operation up to 9 hours at a single charge. A truly worthy tablet for a cheap price.

Asus ZenPad 7
Said to be an upgrade of the Nexus 7 that was released back in 2012, the Asus ZenPad 7 comes in as a rogue replacement of the old Nexus, because the last Nexus to grace the consumer electronics market was back in 2013 and Asus has replaced it with their latest ZenPad series. To come to the point, the ZenPad 7 only cost $99 and is exactly the reason why we think this is one of the best tablets under $100 and should be in this list. What will you get for that amount? Plenty! The 7-inch Android tablet is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass, (oleophobic coating), powered by the Intel Atom x3-C3230 quad-core processor, a microSD expansion slot that gives you an extra 256GB of space if you’re not already satisfied with the 16GB internal storage space in it, and the 8 megapixels camera is great for taking super clear pictures and selfies too!

best tablets under $100

RCA Viking Pro
How about a tablet that has an extra removable keyboard which is basically a crossover of the netbook and tablet? Well, the RCA Viking Pro 10 fits that description perfectly and priced only at $99.98, is the kind of tablet that you can be proud of when you go show off your gadgets with your friends. This tablet makes it the second American made product on this list as nearly all of the best tablets under $100 comes from Asia or elsewhere. As we took a peek inside the Viking Pro we noticed that it has the MediaTek MT8127 chipset with a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor onboard, a high resolution IPS LCD display with 1280 x 800 pixels and decent 32GB internal storage space. You and your family will absolutely love this tablet as it’s less than $100 and has great features.

If you regularly check the market, then you will definitely find best tablets under $100

Toshiba Encore 2
It’s been a long time since we heard about Toshiba competing well (even not strongly as others would); however, their Encore 2 tablet has managed to make it in this list of best tablets under $100. Well, the exact price is actually $99.99 at Amazon if you should know. The Encore 2 is in the 8-incher range of tablet size sporting the 1.83 GHz Intel Atom Z3735G quad-core processor, and the 5 megapixel primary camera is a catch! It also features an acceptable storage space of 32GB plus a microSD expansion slot that can add up to 128GB more. Its LCD display has a mid-tier less than HD 1024 x 768 resolution, but will give you great graphics nevertheless. The cost-benefit ratio of the Toshiba Encore 2 is arguably the most preferable among other tablets around.

best tablets under $100

Chuwi Hi8 Pro
Another Chinese brand that’s rising from the bottom of the consumer electronics industry is Chuwi and its affordable tablet, the Chuwi Hi8 Pro. The Hi8 pro’s HD+ 8-inch IPS screen makes your viewing pleasure very entertaining. You may want to get yourself acquainted with the dual-boot feature of this tablet, because it runs on both the Android 4.4 Kitkat and Windows 10 which will take a lot of getting used to. At the heart of this beautiful device is the 2.16 GHz Quad-core Intel Atom Z3736F processor which is the fastest among the lot, it also has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of on-board storage, a microSD expansion slop to house an additional 128 GB should you need more space to save videos and files. The Hi8 Pro’s specs are so high that it shouldn’t even be in this list; however, it only cost $99.99 so by that virtue it is also included among the best Android tablets under $100.

Amazon Fire HD 6
Last on our list of best Android tablets under $100 is the Amazon Fire HD 6. This is the smaller brother of the Fire 7 and is defined by its 6-inch IPS LCD 800 x 1280 pixels resolution display. But the Fire HD 6 is not shy when it comes to features and specs as it sports a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM and 8 GB or 16GB of on-board storage, microSD expansion slot, 8 hours of talk time battery life and amaizing Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. The retail price for this tablet is actually around $105, but it’s not really that difficult to find great deals on Amazon and get it for less than that amount.

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