5 Best Android Tablets for Under $200

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Stop rushing and fretting because you are about to hear the best news you ever want to know in your whole life. The good news is that you can now afford to buy Android tablets in the market for less than $200!

Care to read below the best Android tablets sold in the marketplace - all for under $200:

1. Sumixe 7-inch Android 2.1 Tablet ($134)

It is not uncommon for people to say that cheap gadgets, more often than not, carry cheap features. But this gadget is one big exception. For only $134, you can get in here everything you want to expect from a modern tablet. The Sumixe comes with a 7-inch resistive and multi-touch screen, a 256 MB DDR RAM, a 4 GB internal memory, and a 0.3 MP camera. It also supports USB flash drives of up to 16 GB in size. And the winning feature is that this gadget is supported with Android OS 2.1 version. Can you believe that? For $134, you get to have access to the Android marketplace! If you belong to the I-want-nothing-but-cheap group, then this tablet will surely be your perfect match.

2. Corby Kyros Mid 7024 7-inch Android 2.2 Tablet ($170)

Small but terrible? Well, you can say that to this new 7-inch Android tablet hitting in today's techie market. The Corby Kyros Mid7024 comes with a 1 GHz CPU, an ARM Cortex A8 especially made by Samsung, a 4 GB internal storage which is expandable up to 32 GB, and a screen resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. Also, it has an HDMI port which allows connection to HD devices. This tablet comes with an Android OS 2.2 version and is compatible connecting to Windows, Mac and Linux OS. Physically, the gadget's package is pretty slim at 4.75" x 0.53" x 7.68" and its weight at 0.87 pounds is quite very competitive. The Corby has two pre-included apps, the Aldiko E-book and the AppsLib. You can get all these features for only $170.

3. Velocity Micro - Cruz T301 7-inch Android 2.2 Tablet ($192)

The Velocity Micro? - Cruz Tablet T301 is a classic 7-inch tablet with 800 x 600 screen resolution. It comes with a 4 GB hard disk, a 256 MB RAM, and a 4 GB SD card. It also has a built-in Wi-Fi which supports 802.11n networks and a battery life which runs to a maximum of 6 hours. The gadget has media and eBook formats and more importantly, it is supported by Android OS 2.2 version. Its pre-loaded apps include the Kindle bookstore and Amazon AppStore. Be sure to control yourself from future eBooking then. You can enjoy all of these for only $192.

4. Zenithink 2 ZT-180 10-inch Android 2.2 Tablet ($190)

If you're not on with the 7-inch tablets but with a budget to consider, then this gadget might just work well for you. The new Zenithink 2 ZT-180 is a 10-inch touch screen tablet with a 1 GHz ARM 11 processor and a 4 GB hard disk. It also comes with a built-in 1.3 MP camera, an HDMI port, a USB port which can support 3G internet modem, and an upgradable memory of up to 32 GB. Add to that its supporting Android OS 2.2 version and you sure have a solid cheap tablet right in your hands. In terms of design, the Zenithink is almost an exact replica of the iPad-and this you can get for only $190.

5. Archos Arnova 10-inch Android 2.1 Tablet ($188)

If you're looking for a much cheaper 10-inch tablet, then try having a look on this one. You might just be blown away. Archos, the famous French manufacturer of multimedia devices, released the most recent 10-inch Archos Arnova. This gadget has a 1024 x 600 screen resolution, a 4 GB internal memory which is upgradable to 32 GB, and a USB host connection which accepts mouse, keyboard, and any other external mass storage. Moreover, it has a video playback feature of up to 6 hours, an audio playback of up to 40 hours with the screen off, and a photoviewer. The bonus point is that this gadget comes with an Android OS 2.1 version, which allows you browsing and gaming, in addition to movie-watching. This is really one of the best multimedia tablets which won't cost you much. By letting go of your $188, you will surely get a tablet which is more than what it's worth.

So, have you already decided which one you want to buy? Will you go for the 7-inch or 10-inch tablet PC? Will you go for the gadget that runs on an Android 2.1 or Android 2.2 system? Depending on your needs, you would not be disappointed with this cheap line of Android tablets. If you need a piece of advice, just choose wisely.

Danny loves writing about the best Android tablets at his blog. You can find plenty of other Android tablet information at Android Tablet Fanatic.

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