The best low-cost tablets of 2015

It is not surprising that inexpensive tablets are especially popular. This is the segment that is always interesting to the widest circle of potential buyers, because here you can always find an interesting and balanced solution. And not everyone has money for an iPad. Therefore, we present a selection of really affordable and high-quality tablets from 2015.

ASUS ZenPad C 7.0

Respected among computer users, ASUS has taken up the mobile market as well. ZenPad C 7.0 has a basic set of features and a 7-inch IPS glossy display. The appearance of the gadget is pleasantly surprising, where there are quite high-quality materials, which make it really pleasant to hold the device in your hands. This tablet allows you to combine operators using two SIM cards at the same time. On the positive side is the presence of Android 5.0, as well as the Mali-450 MP4 video accelerator. But the placement of Intel's Atom x3 C3230 processor is surprising, because the device does not always cope not only with games, but even with video playback. The rather weak camera is also upsetting, but otherwise there are no problems.

Prestigio MultiPad PMT3087 3G

A truly budget PMT3087 3G tablet from Prestigio can be purchased for $ 60. What do we get for this modest money? Android 5.0 out of the box, decent body materials, 3G support, high-quality microphone and loud speaker, and moderate performance. But 512 MB of RAM will not be enough for everyday activities. But the 7-inch screen, which displays a very faded and low-quality picture, is much more upsetting. There is no main camera here, and the front module is just for show. It is important to remember the price of the model.

TeXet TM-7866 3G

An excellent anti-crisis option is the TM-7866 3G tablet. TeXet also gave this device an alternative name - X-pad HIT 7 3G. For $ 50, you can become the owner of a gadget with a good set of multimedia functions. The TM-7866 3G has a high-quality display with a 7-inch matrix and a standard resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The screen is TFT, but the color saturation and brightness level are quite enough here, except for viewing angles. The absence of a camera must be taken for granted. Spreadtrum's quad-core SC5735 processor, which can handle an overwhelming amount of games, is surprising. There is both 3G and FM radio. Quite a good budget employee.

Lenovo TAB 2 (A7-20F 8Gb)

An affordable tablet from Lenovo called TAB 2 is able to please not only with high-quality performance, but also with decent characteristics. For $ 70, the user can take advantage of the advanced MTK8127 processor with four cores, a 7-inch IPS screen, and two medium-quality cameras. A big plus is the presence of 1 GB of RAM and Android 5.0. I want to scold the tablet for the poorest package bundle, which does not even include a protective film and a normal charging device. The owners of the gadget also note a relatively large number of defects associated with the display.

Prestigio MultiPad PMT3777 3G

The PMT3777 3G model from the manufacturer Prestigio has just appeared on sale, but it already boasts the presence of the Android 5.1 platform right out of the box. The tablet works thanks to the Intel Atom x3 processor, namely the C3230 modification with four cores. The choice of such a processor is controversial, since the chip saves power very seriously and heats up a little, then software manufacturers do not always optimize their applications for it. As a result, you can observe lags in some situations, and the battery lasts for a very short time. There are simply no more complaints about the device.

TeXet TM-7879

With this tablet, TeXet has relied on good performance and next-generation networks. All these requirements are met by TM-7879, which is also called Rapid 7.1 4G. If the external device is not surprising, then inside there is a modern processor with 64-bit architecture MTK8735. This is a somewhat stripped-down version of the popular chip, clocked at 1000 MHz, but the performance is still at a very decent level. Here it is worth adding the highly optimized and modified Android 5.1 OS. And the placement of LTE and 3G modules here guarantees the highest Internet speed. You don't have to rely on detailed photos, and the screen could be IPS. But the main stake was clearly not made on these parameters.

Digma Eve 8.1 3G

One cannot ignore the Windows 8.1 tablet called Digma Eve 8.1 3G. The user is immediately greeted with 16 GB of memory, four powerful cores of the Atom Z3735E processor and a very good 8-inch screen with an advanced IPS matrix. The Bay-Trail architecture allows you to run even undemanding computer games. Unfortunately, the tablet cannot upgrade to Windows 10, which should be considered when buying. There are also software errors, and there is simply no separate reset button for the device. At the same time, Eve 8.1 3G will be an excellent gift for fans of the platform from Microsoft.

Cube T8

The Chinese company Cube was loved for the low cost of devices, decent filling and high quality. The T8 is exactly that. It is based on Android 5.1, has 16 GB of built-in memory, and the MTK8735 with 64-bit architecture and four cores is responsible for the performance. This gadget can handle almost any task, and many games run on medium-high graphics settings. A nice bonus is the LTE module. But taking a tablet for taking photos is clearly not worth it. The assembly is also somewhat upsetting: in some places you can hear the creak of plastic. The built-in 8-inch IPS screen is very good, and you really want to watch videos and high-quality photos on it.