Tablets Less Than Rs 5000

By Rahul Ramesh

    Tablets Less Than Rs 5000

     

    Tablets less than Rs 5000 are a rage in India. These low cost tablets provide a rich user functionality as well. They are feature-filled to the core and make computing much easier, efficient and affordable.

    Tablet Computers are generally considered to be expensive. They are even considered to be out of the reach of common people. But relax, this is only a myth. Tablet PCs are very much user friendly and can be used for all our day to day activities. There are various tablets that have a very low price tag and provide the latest features and a rich user functionality.

    We provide you a list of tablets that are not only low cost ( all these wonderful gadgets are priced below Rs 5000) but provide the latest features as well. These tablets are:

    Pantel T-Pad IS701R: This tablet is priced at just Rs 3250. The gadget runs on a 1 GHz processor. It makes use of the Android Gingerbread operating system. It also gives you some rich features for its specifications.

    Ubislate 7 Plus: The Ubislate 7 plus runs on the Cortex A8-700 MHz processor. It is powered by a 3200 mAh battery. The price of this wonderful gadget is Rs 2,999. The Ubislate 7 Plus is feature-filled to the core. It runs on the android 2.3 operating system and also provides Wi-Fi and GPRS Connectivity.

    Atab: The Atab also runs on the Android operating system. A 1.1 GHz processor drives this tablet. There is a 512MB internal RAM & 2GB storage area. This storage area can be expanded upto 16GB. It is priced at approximately Rs 4000.

    Wishtel IRA: It is priced at just Rs 4,000. There is a 7-inch resistive touchscreen user interface. A 256MB internal RAM is also present which makes computing faster. It runs on the Android Gingerbread operating system. A 2GB memory is present. The Wishtel IRA is a light-weight gadget as it weighs just 370 grams.

     

    Thus, tablets are no longer expensive. You can afford them easily. You will surely find the above tablets interesting. So lay your hands on them today.

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