That's an amazingly low price for a Google-certified tablet. But are there too many compromises in the hardware?
In case you're keeping score, that's a full $200 less than Apple's 8-inch tablet. How does it compare? On paper, surprisingly well.
Something for nothing and something for something: Amazon will give you a $5 Appstore credit for free and a $5 game credit with the purchase of a PC game.
This full-featured, full-version editing tool normally costs $50. Today only, it won't cost you dollar one.
Though it doesn't allow for full-on tablet duty, it does have a 300-degree hinged touch screen, plus all the benefits of a Haswell processor.
It's the first-gen Fire, but still one of the best tablets around for consuming movies, music, TV shows, and, of course, books. Plus: an incredible online-backup deal.
Available in your choice of four colors with a six-piece accessory kit, this is $10 less than Apple charges.
It sounds too good to be true, but the Kocaso M860W looks pretty solid on paper. Are knockoff tablets finally worth considering?
Can Ematic, a virtually unknown tablet manufacturer, make a dent in the Android tablet space? Will average consumers even know about the 7-inch tablet?