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Budget tablet on Amazon

I want to buy a tablet around $100. Do you have any recommendations? Anyone has used the Matrixpad?

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what is the tablet for

what do you plan to use the tablet for?

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for entertainment purpose

I want to use it to watch YouTube videos and may be read some e-books.

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For that little.

That would be the Amazon Fire tablets.

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Best Tablet for Gaming

If you're buying a table for gaming, I recommend you check this article out. It was really helpful for me when I had difficulty in choosing mine also. I'm currently using the Dragon Touch X10. It was within my budget and got all the features I needed. Hope this helps! Happy

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Best Tablet for Gaming

I got a Dragon Touch X10 too when it came out. Not the greatest but if you know what you are buying for, then it probably does the job.

A keyboard warrior with passive aggression and Caps doesn't make anything wrong. At least you wanted to help than share a lousy TechCrunch article.

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