Cheap Tablets from Alcatel is a Very Good Option for Low Income People
Alcatel coming back to the consumer electronics industry gives consumers a broader option in selecting the best and very affordable hand-held gadgets, including tablets.
You’re probably one of those average middle class Americans who has a fondness for the technology that help ease their lives, and yet is oblivious about the current tech trends that float around. Well, don’t feel bad because there are probably 40 million other people who are in the same category as you, but just because you’re not updated with what’s trending in the world of consumer electronics doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t care. Maybe you just need some “heads up” through the form of latest blog news about tech trends to get you started. Take for example those Apple, Windows and Android tablets! You may routinely take them for granted, but they can be very useful to you for work-related tasks that you need to take home with you or even to keep track of your business’ progress, etc, or your kids in their studies or leisure time.
If you want to know the latest trends in consumer electronics, then keep reading this article or check out the blog section of tech blogs like TechCrunch, CNET or even my very own website, Tablet For Kids to find out more. Also if you want to get updated with tech news and literally feel technology in your hands, then I suggest you buy a cheap tablet and enjoy the amazing features that comes with it! I highly recommend these 3 Alcatel tablets if you’re interested.
Alcatel Pixi 3 (8) 4G
I don’t mean to mislead you or anything, but Alcatel tablets are really great Android/Windows based tablets that are very affordable also. Of course, if you have cash to spare, then by all means, go ahead and get those expensive ones from top brands with even greater features and accolades courtesy of the tablet’s manufacturer. For now though, let me introduce to you the Alcatel Pixi 3 8-inch 4G tablet! This tablet is unlike the regular tablets that you’re familiar with, which mostly has an Android OS, instead this one runs on the Microsoft Windows 10 OS. It also features a near HD 800 x 1280 pixels IPS LCD display which is great for watching your favorite shows, movies or video games.
The Qualcomm MSM8909 Snapdragon 210 chipset with the 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 quad-core processor can handle just about any operation that you want to perform on the tablet. And supported by the Adreno 304 GPU (graphics processing unit), you should be able to play video games that demand high performance quality for video processing. Well, maybe not you but your kids will sure love to play games on this device. You’ll be happy to know that it has a 1GB RAM and an 8GB internal storage space plus a 32GB (max) microSD expansion slot, which means that scrolling and launching apps will only take a second or two. And you can save a lot of files in it as well.
The one thing that truly makes the Alcatel Pixi 3 (8) 4G is its ability to connect to the 4G or “fourth generation” Wi-Fi accessibility. The 4G Wi-Fi technology allows for faster load times when accessing different browsers on the web and allows for faster load times of videos, images, music and other types of media too! You can get the Alcatel Pixi 3 (8) 4G for only $125 now; however, back when it was released in 2016 it cost $280. That’s a price cut of about 48% give or take. Not bad for a cool tablet with lots of features!
Alcatel Hero 8
Experience the sleek and feature-loaded Alcatel Hero 8! Even though this device was launched way back in 2014 its specs and features still rivals those tablets that are being released today. Believe me when I say that this tablet packs a mighty punch when it comes to hardware technology and as for the software, well, I think that the software needs to keep up. Let’s start with its octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A7 processor. That’s 8 individual core processors fitted into a single package and each processor runs at 2.0 GHz. Let that sink in for a second. No, take 5 or more seconds to think about it, because it’s really mind-blowing!
By comparison the Intel Pentium 4 processor, which was popular back in the early 2000s has a 3.0 GHz speed, and although higher than the Hero 8’s individual processor core, is still no match for it. And yet you could do a lot of things with the Pentium 4 back then, so essentially you would be holding a full pledge desktop computer in your hands when you hold the Alcatel Hero 8. But there’s more! Because besides its overwhelming computing power it also boasts a ton of other features like the 2GB RAM, 8/16 and 32GB internal storage space plus an external microSD slot that can add another 32GB of space for your files. Its GPU is the state-of-the-art Mali-450MP4 which is already compatible with graphics design for creating animation, so it definitely can handle video games and movies that demand very high quality graphics. It also has a 5 megapixel autofocus primary camera as well as a 2 megapixel secondary camera. And finally it has an HD display also which has a 1200 x 1920 pixels resolution. The Hero 8 is a bit more expensive than the other tablets mentioned here as it costs around $300, but you can get good deals on Amazon and get it for a much cheaper price.
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Alcatel Pop 10
The last of the Alcatel tablet trio is the Alcatel Pop 10 and it’s just as every bit fascinating as its companions in this list. What separates the Pop 10 from the other tablets here is that it has an attachable QWERTY keyboard and trackpad while the other tablets are just standalone platforms. Like the Hero 8 it also sports a 4G Wi-Fi connectivity which makes web browsing very convenient! Watching your favorite movies and tv shows on the Pop 10 would be very entertaining, because it has the largest screen size compared to the other tablets mentioned in this article. Its 10-inch 800 x 1280 pixels IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display with over 16 million colors can process high definition images, movies and video games at incredible speeds!
Other features include geo-tagging which means that you can let your friends know where you are or where you took a recent photo or video and share it on your social media profiles. It has no outgoing or incoming calling features, so you can only browse the internet, listen to music, watch movies or play video games with it. You can also listen to the FM radio on it as it has a built-in antenna for this specific purpose. Its 4600 mAh battery will help you get through multimedia tasks for up to 5 hours or more and it also has a micro USB 2.0 slot which is smaller than the regular USB 2.0/3.0 that you use on your laptop or desktop PC. But don’t worry because its only used for charging the battery and there is a USB 2.0/3.0 adapter at the other end of the charger cable also.
With that I sincerely hope you have been enlightened and updated with what’s floating on the technology arena these days. While Alcatel hardly makes it to the spotlight like Samsung, Apple and other top tablet brands do, it has a lot to offer from its product line. Also you can get similar designs, specs and features of other top tablet brands with the Alcatel tablet trio for a much cheaper price no less.
I’ll be writing more about hand-held gadgets soon, but in the mean time let me know your thoughts in the comments section below. Thanks!