Black Friday Tablet Deals Online: 10-7 inch, Kids, Android, Fire

Are you looking for Black Friday tablet deals online? Well, you have definitely come to the right place. Here we have an excellent selection of tablets at great prices…

Black Friday Tablet Deals Online

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Black Friday Fire Tablet Deals

Fire HD 6 Tablet
6″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers, Black

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Certified Refurbished Fire HD 10 Tablet
10.1″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers, Black

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Black Friday 7 inch Tablet Deals

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7″
8 GB Wifi Tablet (White) SM-T113NDWAXAR

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7″
8 GB Wifi Tablet (Black) SM-T280NZKAXAR

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Black Friday 10 inch Tablet Deals

Certified Refurbished Fire HD 10 Tablet
10.1″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers, Black

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″
16 GB Wifi Tablet (Black) SM-T580NZKAXAR
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Dragon Touch X10
10″ Octa Core Android Tablet PC, 1GB RAM 16GB Nand Flash, IPS Display 1366×768

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Black Friday Kids Tablets

Fire Kids Edition Tablet
7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

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LeapFrog LeapPad3
Kids’ Learning Tablet, Pink

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LeapFrog Epic 7″
Android-based Kids Tablet 16GB, Green

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LeapFrog LeapPad Platinum
Kids Learning Tablet, Purple

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nabi Jr.
4GB Kids Tablet

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Black Friday Android Tablet Deals

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-Inch Tablet
Wi-Fi, 16 GB, Smoky Titanium

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Asus Zenpad S 8
Z580C-B1-BK 8 inches 32GB Tablet (Black)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7″
8 GB Wifi Tablet (Black) SM-T280NZKAXAR

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Hisense SERO E2281
8.0″ 16 GB Tablet

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Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7″
8 GB Wifi Tablet (White) SM-T113NDWAXAR

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″
16 GB Wifi Tablet (Black) SM-T580NZKAXAR
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Why Buy a Tablet on Black Friday?

Maybe you are a parent with kids who are asking for tablets, or you have another family member or friend you want to buy a tablet for. Perhaps you are looking to get yourself a new tablet. Whatever your reason, Black Friday is a great time for buying a tablet. With the huge savings that often happen at this time, you might be able to save 20% or more than if you bought it at another time in the year.

Prices and Brands

One of the biggest brands of tablets these days is actually Amazon, with their range of Fire tablets. But Samsung are also a very common brand, and there are many others such as Microsoft, HP, LeapFrog, Dragon Touch, Supersonic, Proscan, and many more. It mainly comes down to whether you want the Android operating system or Fire OS.

In terms of prices, quite a lot of them are under $100, and you may even find a few that are below $50. However, some are above $100, and there are also some tablets priced above $200. I know this website is mainly about tablets priced below the $100 mark, but I don’t ant to hold you back from getting a great deal that turns out to be above that price. For example, you could normally pay $200 or more for a Fire HD 10 tablet, but you might be able to get a huge saving on one right now, but it will still be above $100.

Tablet Specifications

There are many different factors to consider when buying a tablet. What size do you want the screen to be? How good is the screen resolution? How much internal storage space does it have? What operating system does it run? How much does it weigh? What resolution is the webcam? What ports and card slots does it have for connecting to other devices or ugrading the storage capacity? All valid questions you should be considering when you are looking to buy a tablet.

Display Size

By far the most common tablet size is 7 inches, and there are even some below that size that are almost like having a smartphone. 10 inches is the next most common size of tablet. So it is often a choice between whether you want a large screen for watching films/videos and playing games, or whether portability is the more important factor. Price again comes into it, though. For example, a Fire HD 10 will definitely cost you more than a Fire HD 6.

There are some other screen sizes availble, though. You can get 8 or 9 inch tablets, and you can even get some that are 11 inches or more. You may find 11 inches a bit too big for a tablet, though.

Second Webcam Resolution

How important is the rear webcam to you? I suppose it really depends on what you are planning to use your tablet for. If you want to use it for taking good quality photos or recording videos, a high resolution rear webcam will be important. However, if you are mainly going to be using it for watching videos, playing games, and generally suring the web, you might not even give it a second thought.

2 megapixels is the most common size of rear webcam, and 5 megapixels is also quite common. You can get some with 8 megapixel rear webcams too. For some reason, there are not many tablets with 3 megapixel webcams or ones that are below 2 megapixels. We’re not quite sure why this is.

Weight

Roughly speaking, the weight of your tablet is going to correspond with how large it is. It’s no surprise, then, that there are many light tablets out there. In fact, many of them weigh less than a pound. These are likely to be the 7-inch tablets that are very common. However, there are also quite a lot of tablets weighing between 1 and 2 pounds. Many of these will be the popular 10-inch tablets.

You don’t want a tablet that is too heavy because they are designed to be held in the hand. You are going to be using them either while stood up or while relaxing on the sofa or in a comfortable chair. Although if you get a tablet with an attachable keyboard you might prop it up and use it like a mini laptop. In that situation, the weight won’t matter quite so much.

Operating System

By far the most popular tablet operating system is Android. As far as operating systems go, it’s one the easiest ones to use. My mother has a Samsung Galaxy Tab running Android, and it’s so easy to use. You just swipe left or right to view the various app icons and then tap to open an app.

However, some tablets do actually run Microsoft Windows, but it will be the special mobile version of Windows. Still, you can get the mobile versions of classic Windows apps such as Word and Excel, and if you have a keyboard you can then use your tablet like a mini laptop.

The Fire tablets come with Amazon’s own Fire OS operating system.

Flash Internal Storage Size

How much storage do you need? Well, that really depends on two things. Firstly, how many apps do you think you are going to install? Secondly, how many files do you think you will want to store on your tablet?

Most tablets come with either 8 GB or 16 GB of internal storage. Some tablets actually come in both 8 GB and 16 GB versions, such as the Amazon Fire HD tablets. You will pay more for the 16 GB versions. However, there are two things to keep in mind here. Firstly, you can always expand the space using a microSD card. Secondly, you can use cloud storage such as DropBox or Google Drive to store most of your files.

Connectivity Technology

It goes without saying that you are going to want to be able to use your tablet in many different places. After all, they are designed to be used anywhere. Most tablets just have WiFi technology. This is the bare minimum, and means you can connect to the internet as long as you are able to connect to a WiFi spot. When you are at home, this will be the WiFi provided by your internet service provider. When you are away from your home, you will need to find a WiFi spot to connect to. Many places have free WiFi hotspots, and other places you have to pay to connect to their WiFi.

However, there are a few tablets with 3G connectivity, which means you will be able to access the internet from anywhere you can get a phone signal. It basically makes your tablet act like a smartphone.

Display Resolution

As well as screen size, it’s worth considering the actual screen resolution. Most tablets have a resolution of 10 x 600 or below, and this makes sense because there are many 7-inch tablets about. However, if you opt for a full HD tablet, such as one of the Fire HD tablets, you will get a higher resolution for the screen size. There are a number of tablets with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800, which is what the Amazon Fire HD 6 has.

Again, it really depends what you want to use your tablet for. If you are going to want to use it to watch a lot of films, a Fire HD 10 would probably be really good.


I hope you found this post about Black Friday tablet deals online helpful, but if you have any comments or questions, please post them in the comments section below.

8 Comments

  1. Ali R.

    Wow great site! Out of curiosity, I know this site is about finding budget tablets. But in terms of quality, would you say all these can compare to higher priced ones? Or are they cheaper for a reason?
    Also, would you say 100 is the most you should spend on a tablet? I’d like to make sure i’m getting the best product without spending more than I should. Thank You!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Thanks Ali. Great questions. To answer your first question, the more expensive tablets tend to have more internal storage. Also, newer releases tend to start off more expensive. But the cheaper tablets are still pretty good. To answer your second question, it might be worth spending a bit over $100 because you could still get a great deal, for example with a Fire HD 10. That’s the other thing, tablets with larger screens tend to cost a bit more money.

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  2. chase

    Tablets are the future! Thanks for providing a list of great list of black Friday deals! I have a niece that I want to get a tablet for and I liked that you included some children’s tablets. Hopefully I can get to the store soon enough before they sell out!

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Yes, tablets are the future! It’s great being able to do everything just by touching the screen. Also, these days you can get keyboards that attach to tablets so you can use them like mini laptops. The best of both worlds perhaps? But defintely, for watching videos and browsing the web, tablets definitely provide a nicer experience than being sat in front of a computer.

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  3. Anton

    Hey Marcus,
    Thanks for the info, it’s definitely needed for my Black Friday strategy. My 4 year old has the Fire HD 6 and he loves it. Once you take all of the ads off of it is easy for him to navigate. We also have a Galaxy tab but the only thing I don’t like about it is you have to store all of the apps on the internal memory. No matter what size memory card you install it only takes a small portion of the apps. The Fire HD installs most of the apps on the SD card which enables you to download more.

    Thanks for the info,

    Anton

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Hi Anton,

      Thanks for the information. I didn’t know that the Fire HD tablets install the apps on the SD card. That’s a great benefit. It just goes to show, you learn something new every day.

      I must admit, I was truly amazed at how low priced the Fire tablets are. I am actually struggling a bit to understand how they manage to make such good tablets at such low prices.

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  4. Jeremy Hood

    Thanks for these recommendations! I personally am an Android fan so these Samsung tablets look really appealing to me.

    I used to have a Google Nexus which was kind of small and it ran really slow after not much use. I haven’t used it in a while.

    My son’s Ipad is about to go and when it does I think I am going to give the 10″ Galaxy Tab a try.

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  5. admin (Post author)

    Yes, the 10 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab is a really good choice. Hopefully it won’t take long for your son to get used to Android rather than the Apple operating system.

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