Best Buy Laptops Under 100

Hi there! If you are looking for the best buy tablets under 100 dollars then you have definitely come to the right place. You will probably be surprised at just how much you can get for your money these days. Whether you are looking for a standard Android tablet with a great screen for watching movies and playing games or a Windows-based 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard, you’ll find it here.


Best Tablet Under $100 & Best 8-inch Tablet

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Best 10-inch Tablet

Proscan 10-Inch Tablet
Quad Core, 1 GB RAM, 16GB Memory, Built in Bluetooth and GPS, Android 4.4 Kit-Kat, Google Play Certified, Dual Camera

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Best 9-inch Tablet

KingPad K90 9″ Quad Core Tablet PC
Android 4.4.4 KitKat, 8GB Nand Flash, Dual Camera, 1024×600 HD Resolution, Bluetooth, Mini HDMI

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Best Tablet Under $80

Trio AXS 4G
7.85in 16GB Quad Core Tablet

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Best Tablet Under $70

Fire Essentials Bundle including Fire Tablet
7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers, Amazon Cover – Blue and Screen Protector

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Best 7-inch Tablet

Fire Tablet, 7″ Display
Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers, Blue

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Well, you definitely get a lot for your money here, with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, front and back facing cameras, 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded all the way up to 128GB with a microSD card, and a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It runs its own operating system – Fire OS 5 – and comes with access to Amazon underground, an app store containing more than $20,000 worth of games and apps for free.

The battery lasts for up to 7 hours, making it ideal for extended sessions watching videos and movies or browsing the web.


Best Tablet Under $60

NPOLE Tablet
16GB 1GB IPS 7 Inch Android Quad Core CPU Dual Camera HD Video 3D Game Supported White

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This is a very fast tablet due to it having a quad-core 1.3GHz processor and supports 3D game playing. So if you are an avid gamer who wants to play while out and about then this tablet is definitely for you. It comes with 16GB internal storage capacity, which can be expanded up to 32GB which is not quite as much as some other tablets.

Existing users of this tablet say it runs smoothly, is very easy to use, and lightweight. Even though strictly speaking it’s not intended to be a kids tablet, children will probably get on very well with it.


Best 6-inch Tablet
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This tablet really does have a lot going for it. Not only does it have a beautiful HD display screen and front and rear cameras, it comes with access to a huge number of games, movies, and apps. Because it is an Amazon tablet, it comes with access to Amazon Underground, where you can choose between $20,000 worth of apps and games all for FREE!

When it comes to video, you can either stream them as you watch them, or download them to watch later when you don’t have WiFi access, for example, when on a plane.

It’s also perfect for reading a book, and it can automatically adjust the tint and brightness of the screen for reading at night. This means you won’t be kept awake like you would when looking at a normal tablet or computer screen.

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Best Tablet under $50

Fire Tablet, 7″ Display
Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers, Blue

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Well, you definitely get a lot for your money here, with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, front and back facing cameras, 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded all the way up to 128GB with a microSD card, and a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It runs its own operating system – Fire OS 5 – and comes with access to Amazon underground, an app store containing more than $20,000 worth of games and apps for free.

The battery lasts for up to 7 hours, making it ideal for extended sessions watching videos and movies or browsing the web.

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Best Kids Tablet Under $100

Fire Kids Edition Tablet
7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

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If you are looking for a sturdy tablet for your child, this is a great option. It has a kid-proof case, which means it doesn’t matter so much if they throw it around a bit. It also comes with a 2-year worry-free guarantee. If your child breaks it, they will replace it, no questions asked.

It comes with free access to more than 10,000 child-friendly games, educational apps, books, movies, and TV shows. Having said that, it’s not just a fun toy. It is actually a fully-featured tablet. It has a 7-inch IPD display as well as front and rear cameras. This version has 8 GB of internal storage, but it is also available in a 16 GB version, and you can even increase it to 128 GB by adding a microSD card.


Which Size Tablet Should You Get?

Although some people will want to skip right down to the #1 recommended tablet under $100, what suits many other people may not suit you. What if you want a different size tablet than the #1 recommended one? Size is very important when it comes to deciding what tablet to buy because a 10-inch tablet is clearly not as portable as a 7-inch one, but a 7-inch tablet is not as good for watching videos as a 10-inch one.

Why a 10-inch Tablet Might be the Best Choice

As well as the obvious larger screen, 10-inch tablets often come with better speakers. This makes them great for watching movies and playing games. If you are planning to mainly use it when relaxing around the house rather than taking it out and about with you, a 10-inch tablet is ideal. Also, some of them come with add-on keywords, or if not they can be bought separately. This effectively turns your tablet into a mini laptop. If you get one that runs the mobile version of Microsoft Windows, you may not need a separate laptop at all.

If you are specifically interested in a 10-inch tablet, take a look at our dedicated page for the Best 10 Inch Tablets Under $100.

Why a 7-inch Tablet Might be Best

If portability is the main factor for you, a 7-inch tablet could be the best choice. While the smaller screen means they are not as good as larger tablets for watching videos or editing documents, being small and light weight they can more easily fit in your pocket. Being sort of half way towards being a smartphone, they can be good for taking photos, playing games, and having a quick browse of the web.

If you are specifically interested in a 7-inch tablet, take a look at our dedicated page for the Best 7 Inch Tablets Under $100.

Or How About Something in Between?

It’s not a black and white choice between a 10-inch tablet or a 7-inch tablet. There are a fair number of good 8-inch and 9-inch tablets out there that are under $100. If you want something more portable than a 10-inch tablet but better for watching videos than a 7-inch one, 8 or 9 inches could be a better option for you. Some 8-inch tablets even come with keyboards as well, although you may find the keys a bit small for typing on for long periods.

Anyway, check out our specific lists for 8- and 9-inch tablets:

Are You Buying it for Your Kids?

Many kids will get on fine with a standard tablet, but younger kids will benefit from using a tablet specifically designed for them. It really depends on how young your child is. I have a 10-year-old nephew who gets on just fine with a standard iPad. The benefits of kids tablets are that they are more physically robust and they come with apps designed for kids, whether it’s for learning or just for fun. I should just point out that my nephew’s iPad does actually have a crack in the screen, so getting a more robust kids tablet could be good even for a 10-year-old child.

If you are specifically interested in kids tablets, take a look at our dedicated page for the Best Kids Tablets Under $100.


I hope you found this page about the best buy tablets under 100 dollars helpful. However, if you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section below and I will reply as soon as I can.

84 Comments

  1. Richard

    Hey Marcus,

    I have noticed that it looks like your best buy is a tablet by OmniTab. I am interested in getting a tablet for my daughter who just graduated highschool as I thought she might find it useful.

    I guess I am not up on new technologies… I would have picked the RCA, Polaroid or Motorola just because they have been around forever and have large budgets which can be used for R&D. I’m sure that this way of thinking is incorrect, but I’m not sure why. Is the company name not important anymore?

    Thank you,
    Richard

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Well, you may have a point. I will review the list of tablets again at some point, and I will keep your comment in mind when I do.

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  2. Simon Watson

    This is actually a very interesting post and I have just had a neighbour glance at it and she was really intrigued by the post best laptops for under $100.

    I was always under the impression that they were alot more expensive than they are but your post really taught me to open my eyes and keep a look out for them from now on.

    I found the post to be rammed full of information and I was very helpful to me and will be to every reader looking for one!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, it’s quite amazing what you can get for under $100 these days. Of course, cheap tablets have existed for a few years now, but they have definitely improved in quality a lot recently.

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  3. Roy

    I am very interested in getting a tablet for work. I am currently a financial advisor and most of my work including online quotations, etc. are based off my laptop at the moment. I’m looking to pay a tablet off over 6 months.

    What could you recommend for someone in my position?

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Hi Roy. The OmniTAB 8″ HD Pro would be ideal for you because it has Windows 10, Microsoft Office, and comes with a keyboard.

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  4. netp

    Hey, I like the look of the fire kids edition tablet. I think my son would make good use of this. How do you use it out and about though…. do you need a mobile data contract or something? Obviously, using inside with WIFI would be fine, I’ve never had a kindle or tablet before that I’ve used other than JUST by Wifi. Thanks

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, you would need a mobile data contract unless you were near a WiFi hotspot.

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  5. Paul

    Thanks Marcus for your recommendations for tablets under $100. I’m not sure if I would get any of these tablets myself; I personally would rather get something a bit more reliable and high-end even if it costs a few hundred dollars more. I realize budget tablets are better than ever these days though. I’d have to look into it more, but not at the moment because I just recently got a Samsung Galaxy. I will keep this bookmarked. Thanks again.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, the Samsung Galaxy tablets are very good. My mother has one and she loves it. Sometimes I use it too.

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  6. Kenny Lee

    I like Tablet with Keyboards. If I would be shopping for tablets soon, I’ll consider OmniTAB 8″ HD Pro and RCA Viking Pro 10.1″ 2-in-1 Tablet. The only thing is that they are running on different OS. Is there any link to the website where I could actually purchase them?

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Unfortunately, the OmniTAB seems to be unavailable at the moment, so I have removed it. I have just added links so you can click through to find the best price to buy it.

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  7. James

    I still have my Samsung galaxy note 10.1 (2014 edition) after upgrading from the previous model which had a quad core cpu. it has the following specs

    octacore cpu
    2560×1600 pixel screen (super quality resolution)
    pen

    it cost me about $500-600 in 2014
    I paid a lot of money for it. Seems now you can get a fairly good deal for $100…

    I will visit this site often to keep my eye on what’s good currently.

    Thanks for the rundowns.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, it really is amazing just how much the price of tablets has come down in recent years. Just a few years ago, I remember one of my friends bought a cheap tablet for less than $100 and when I tried it out it was awful! The screen was extremely unresponsive and difficult to type on. These days, the tablets around that kind of price seem to be a whole lot better than they used to be. Of course, you can still end up paying more for a tablet if you really want the latest greatest iPad or Samsung Galaxy. But for many people, these more affordable tablets will be just fine.

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  8. Matt's Mom

    Wow, so many tablets to choose from. I am pretty brand driven, so I would probably pick the ACER just because they make a quality PC as well. As I look at your review though, I might be more inclined to purchase the Neu Tab instead. Can you buy a keyboard for it? I have to have a separate keyboard as it is much easier to function that way. I am definitely in the market for a tablet, as laptops seem so heavy to travel with.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, you can definitely get a keyboard for the Neu Tab. Here it is

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  9. Peter

    Hi there I was just looking at the fire kids addition tablet on your site and thought it was great. I’ve been looking for a cheap tablet for my 6-year-old and this one looks really good, do you know if they come any bigger like maybe a 10 inch. Would this type of child’s tablet be good enough for movies as well as games? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, the Fire Kids tablet is great for movies as well as games. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come in a 10 inch size. If you are looking for a 10 inch kids tablet, take a look at this one by Contixo.

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  10. Owain

    Great website mate. I didn’t think could get a tablet for under $100, and even if you could it would probably be no good. I need to get one and the NeuTab sounds like a great one to buy. I need something with a big screen and at a good price. And being under $100 is just sweet. Thanks very much mate. Excellent review.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Glad you found it helpful, Owain. Let me know how you get on with your new NewTab tablet.

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      1. jon

        Hello
        Any advice on npole tablets on amazon?

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        1. admin (Post author)

          Hi Jon,
          I think the 10.6″ Npole looks good. It’s currently on sale too.

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  11. Craig

    There really is a great selection of tablets available here.

    I am particularly interested in the model suitable for kids.

    I have a young cousin who has a birthday soon and I am looking for something like this, I’m sure she would love it.

    Do these models come with built in parental controls?

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, the Alldaymall kids tablet has the ability to block adult content. Take a look at it at the Kids Tablets page.

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  12. Ryan L

    I never knew there were so many options for tablets under $100. You have done a great job in finding this amount of bargains.
    I have always paid way over the odds for my digital products.
    I’ll be sure to keep an eye out on this site for future reference.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, it’s amazing what you can gt for under $100 these days.

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  13. Bryatt

    Being in a technological age, and information on new technology is helpful. Many of us use tablets, for work, leisure, or to entertain our kids. I like that you have many options of tablets under $100 for us to choose from. My son always takes over my iPad so I may buy him a tablet for his birthday and reset my iPad so that I have another device for work purposes. Thanks again for the help.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      I’m glad you found it helpful, Bryatt. Thank you for your comment.

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  14. Lynne Huysamen

    Hey Marcus

    That kids tablet looks really awesome! I have been looking into buying tablets for my kids for Christmas, yes I know I am early LOL.

    I’m just wondering about accessories for it? The other one I found was local and a little more pricey but I can also buy headphones, a car charger and a car mount for it. Do you know if that Fire Kids Edition comes with similar options or not?

    The most important accessory being the headphones because I won’t handle listening to my kids both playing on their tablets LOL

    Sorry for all the questions!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, the Fire Kids Edition would be perfect to keep your kids entertained on long car journeys. It comes with a 3.5 mm stereo jack, so yes, they can plug in headphones so they won’t disturb you. You can also get a special car charger for it here.

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  15. Andrew

    Great post on tablets for under $100! I’ll definitely need to look at buying something for my daughter when she progresses through school. They run a program where the student needs to supply their own device, so buying something at the cheaper end of the scale that still has the necessary specs to perform will be the option I will look for. When the time comes for that purchase, I’ll keep your site in mind. Thanks!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, a cheaper tablet would be ideal because if it gets broken or stolen then it’s less of a problem than if you had paid $300 for a high end tablet. My nephew has an ipad and it has a crack around the corner of the screen. He still uses it, but it’s a shame that it got broken. It just goes to show that kids don’t tend to look after things properly.

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  16. Wil

    I’ve been looking for a new tablet. I had a serious drop with mine about 4 weeks ago. It doesn’t work anymore :(. The biggest thing I needed to know is if i could buy a tablet separate from my mobile carrier store, and then tell my carrier that I’d need service switched over to the tablet. Do you have any idea about this? It’d help me out a lot.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      You may need to get a mobile wifi box. That’s what my mother needed to buy when she bought a Samsun Galaxy Tab. That box then connects to the internet like a mobile phone would, and your tablet would connect to that through wifi.

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  17. Daniel OA

    Honestly love this site, hands down! I have never used a tablet before, but you certainly make me think of getting one – and cheaply. I should totally be able to return and buy one soon, but what points should newbies like myself consider before buying a basic or good tablet? Thanks for this great site!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Thanks Daniel. The main thing to consider are screen size, battery life, and whether it runs the operating system you want and the apps you want to use.

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  18. Brenda

    My daughter’s birthday is coming up, and for the past few months all she has been talking about is getting a tablet. I would love to get her an expensive one, but let’s be honest, we don’t always have it like that. So this was a great and very relevant post for me. I am so relieved to know that there are good tablets available at a reasonable price. Very well written and informative. Thanks.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      I’m glad you found it helpful, Brenda. If you daughter it very young, we have a dedicated page for kids tablets. Take a look and let me know what you think. Any questions, just give me a shout.

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  19. stefan

    Hi Marcus I really like your article because I just can’t afford paying the price of a good laptop for a tablet. There are indeed many options for less than $100 but I wold like to ask you something. I bought a nexus one year ago and I was very annoyed because it stated getting really slow. What is the best tablet within this price range that is the fastest and most durable? Thanks for your help
    Stefan

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    1. admin (Post author)

      It’s constantly evolving as new tablets come out, but at the moment it looks like the best one is the Fusion5.

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  20. Alexey

    Hey there, great article, and thank for putting all these great tablets under $100 for us! Appreciate the work.

    I already see how thousands of people are going to benefit from this article since we don’t want to spend too much on a tablet – But need a good one.

    The Fusion5 10.1 inch Android Tablet PC looks good to me. I will do a further research on this one.

    Thanks again!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Glad you found it helpful, Alexey. Yes, the Fusion5 is a great tablet. There are new ones coming out all the time, though, so it’s definitely worth checking back soon.

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  21. shelby

    This is really interesting! I had no idea you could get a tablet for under $100. I got a tablet about three years ago that I love, but the battery just recently quit working. It has a great camera and microsoft office which was a big plus for me. Would I be better off just getting a new tablet or trying to get mine fixed? I don’t really want to pay much over $100.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      If you are just looking for a standard tablet for surfing the web, watching videos, playing games, etc., then it’s probably easier just to buy a new one. You can get a lot for under $100 these days.

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  22. Matt's Mom

    I really never thought that you could buy a tablet for under $100. So this is a great review of the different ones available. I kind of like Samsung the best, as right now in electronics they are definitely a leader, even over Sony which is surprising to me. I’d never heard of any of the other brands other than the Fire HD6. My dad has one of those, and I see it as a little limiting but I could be totally wrong.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, Samsung is definitely a leader when it comes to tablets. My mother has a 10 inch Galaxy Tab and she loves it.

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  23. Koda

    great post. I’ve been looking for a tablet to buy since I dropped and broke my last one about 2 weeks ago :S

    Yikes.

    But it’s good so see all these tablets side to side. It makes it way easier to compare all of the pros and cons and really make an educated buying decision.

    There are just so many different tablets out there….ugh, I suppose I will have to choose at some point. Thanks for the info!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      That refurbished Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is a really good deal. I would definitely recommend that if you are looking for a 7 inch one.

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  24. Ilyssa

    This is great information, particularly as I am considering a tablet for my kids. I really like the way you added a way to click to see the comments of those who have purchased each tablet. That makes it easy to find out feedback from those who have used the product. I am amazed at how many of these are available for under $100!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, I was as surpised as anyone when I discovered that you can not get pretty good tablets for less than $100.

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  25. Rick E

    Wow!! Awesome information for anyone looking to purchase a tablet. I just bought one when I upgraded my phone and didn’t know anything about it. I am sure I got talked into buying an overpriced and outdated tablet. I wish I would have stumbled across this article before I made that purchase. The selection of tablets you have here is outstanding!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Thanks Rick. I’m glad you found it helpful.

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  26. Josh

    Good article, I didn’t realise there were so many tablets out there for so little money.
    I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, and sometimes I wish I had something a bit better.
    I didn’t realise you could pick up a Kindle for so cheap either
    I like the layout of the site by the way.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      The Galaxy Tab 2 must be getting a bit old now, right? Or have I got that wrong?

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  27. Timea

    I just bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. Pretty good thing I must say. I had a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 before, which I bought for more money!!!! This one is a lot better, and it works fine form coupe of moths now, so I’m a very happy customer here…!
    Thanks for the tip Marcus! 🙂

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    1. admin (Post author)

      I’m so glad you are enjoying the Galaxy Tab 4. Thanks for getting in touch, Timea.

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  28. Gina

    Wow! All of these are under $100? That’s crazy. Years back I really wanted a laptop so I went to the store in my college and got one. It was over $500 and I thought I was getting a deal there!

    I have a question. What’s the deal with refurbished stuff? If they work as good as new, why would anyone get brand new stuff?

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Good question about the refurbished tablets. I think the deal is that they are tested to work as good as new, but they may not last quite as long as a totally brand new tablet.

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  29. shrey

    Hi Marcus
    I really never thought I would have so many options for tablets under $100, I got a little confused though looking at so many options, however since I’m more of a travel person, I would ask you to suggest some 7- inch tablet which has a battery that lasts long so that I don’t need to worry about charging it all the time.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 should last you for up to 7 hours of screen time.

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  30. Pascal

    Hey Marcus, pretty good review. You really have knowledge about what you are talking. So many tablets on one page with details and everything. I searched on many pages for a good tablet review but none was as helpful as yours. Can You recommend me a tablet for usage in businesses? I mean powerful processor and good speed to analyze data.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      You may need to go above $100 for a business tablet. These tablets are mainly to be used for fun things like games, surfing the web, and watching videos.

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  31. Sue

    Wow, you have a lot of tablets listed here. My head is still spinning from the volume of choices. I like that you link to comments because that is always a factor for me before I purchase something new. It’s always helpful not to have to go from site to site to see and read about this many products. This has been very helpful. Now all I need to do is decide what my most important requirements are and narrow it down a bit. Thank you.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Thanks for your comment, Sue. I’m glad you found this helpful.

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  32. Jaylin

    These are all really cool, I personally am not interested in getting a tablet for myself, but Christmas is quickly approaching as you may know, and I need to start getting gifts. I’ll definitely be watching this site for further updates on tablets.

    Thanks so much for this article. Maybe now I’ll have a decent Christmas present to get my sister, or maybe someone else. Who knows.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, low priced tablets like these will definitely make good Christmas presents. You won’t need to spend a lot of money, but if they don’t already have a tablet then they will be delighted.

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  33. lynnsamuelson

    I’ve been thinking about buying a tablet for a while and since I’m someone who always needs to do research before making a purchase, it’s been on hold. You’ve made this quite easy by doing the research for me so thank you! I’m leaning towards the 10″ even though it’s not as portable as a smaller size. The Elecost E106 looks right for me.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, the advantage of having a 10 inch tablet is that the larger screen makes it much better for watching videos and playing games. Sure, they are not as portable as a 7 inch tablet, but great for having in the house for when you just want to kick back and watch some videos.

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  34. H. Erin Nelson

    Very thorough site with loads of interesting information about tablets. I didn’t know there were so many different colors, kinds and styles! The children’s varieties are so awesome, too! Great overview of the technology surrounding tablets. I will keep you in mind around Christmas. Will you be offering any holiday specials?

    Thank you!
    Erin

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Thanks Erin. Yes, there will almost certainly be some special offers around Christmas.

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  35. Dan

    Blown away by the multitude of products at a great price range. I really enjoy the price entry point and thought of a tablet for a child as long as it is regulate by the parents. Kids need to dig holes in the dirt also, but need to learn technology as well.
    Thanks for making it so easy to decide!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, I definitely agree with that. Kids need to get out and away from technology. But for those times when they do want to surf the web, watch kids movies, or play games, there are some great kids tablets for under $100.

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  36. Hannah

    This is a great post. My Google Nexus has started to behave weirdly, so I think I need to start considering buying a new tablet. I will use your site to help me choose a decent one. I don’t want to get another one like the Nexus, I was not impressed with it at all! It’s extremely slow and has so many issues with the battery, it causes me more stress than anything else. I’m going to end up chucking it out the window sooner or later!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      That’s a great shame you’ve had so many problems with the Nexus. Hopefully you will be able to get a new one that doesn’t have the same problems.

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  37. Farhan

    When I hear about tablets, I always picture those big sized, and expensive Samsung tablets. But you have reviewed brands that are offering these tablets at a very affordable price.

    It is almost hard to choose due to the vast array of choices that you have presented. I would go with the one with a keyboard, as I forsee myself doing more work, rather than playing games.

    Great review!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Well, you can narrow your search down further by clicking the menu at the top and choosing a specific size, for example.

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  38. Luka

    Hey.

    Very interesting reading and detailed overview. I have never heard of some of those brands. How reliable are they, in terms of hardware? What kind of tablet would you recommend for professional use – but it would be just used for some data entry, a few times a day. So the only requirement would be, that it could last at least for 2-3 years of this kind of usage?

    Cheers.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Well, take the Elecost E10.6, for example. That does come with a 1 year warranty. If you want something for professional use that’s going to be sure to last longer, you may need to pay a bit more.

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  39. jCamden

    I’m actually in the market for a good 7-inch tablet but I didn’t think I could get a good one for under $100 so I never really looked into it seriously. These are some great options and I love that there are options as low as $50. The kids tablet is also something my kids would love!
    -Jessica

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, a cheap kids tablet would be idea because it will be designed to withstand being bashed around a bit, but if it does break then you know you haven’t spent too much on it.

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  40. Jim

    It’s amazing how much tablet prices have dropped in the last few years. You certainly get a lot for your money these days.

    I’ve got a Kindle HD8 at the moment. It’s got a great display and it’s very easy and intuitive to use. Does pretty much all that I need it to do – so I’m very happy with it.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Awesome!

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  41. Vlad

    As someone living on a budget, this is a huge thing for me!

    All of these tablets seem very decent, and with my kind of funding it’s fully possible for me to actually buy one of them instead of just crying in the corner about how expensive things are these days.

    Thanks!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      I’m glad you found it helpful, Vlad.

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