Cheap tablets with Android Market (Play Store) and flash?
In trying to find a new tablet with better features, I've gotten overwhelmed with all the various brands and models available and how difficult it is to hunt down the ones that have what I'm wanting.what I'm looking for in a tablet:
-7-8" screen size preferably
-$100-200 price range.might consider to $250 but definitely not beyond that
-full Android Market/Play Store is a must have
-flash player is also another must
-preferably with home, menu, and back touch "buttons" that are outside the screen itself (unlike say Kindle Fire)
-would like to have a front-facing camera (don't care about the rear-facing ones)
if anyone knows of some tablets with these features in that price range, I'd really appreciate it.cause it's been a mess trying to sort through all the various tablet sizes, Androids, app markets, brands, etc.
Added (1). Someone in an answer said something about not being able to get what I'm wanting without a contract. I'm not looking for a tablet to be used with mobile service or anything that would require a contract, just to connect to my wireless at home and at family and friends' houses
Added (2). Someone in an answer said something about not being able to get what I'm wanting without a contract. I'm not looking for a tablet to be used with mobile service or anything that would require a contract, just to connect to my wireless at home and at family and friends' houses
Flash player requires at least a 1ghz processor. Which is impossible to find for under $200 without a contract. There is the samsung galaxy player 5.0 which has a 5 inch screen which is $240 but for only $20 more, you can get the Acer iconia a100 which is IMO the best budget tablet. It has a 7 inch screen and a dual core 1ghz processor so it handles flash with ease. It also has access to the Google play store
Try lenovo a1.its a great tablet!
I would also second what another person suggested regarding the Samsung. You might also consider looking into refurbished as an option. I know if you're like me when you first heard this its easy to dismiss it. In all seriousness it should be considered mainly as the manufacturers get lots of returns. Often they are brand new units with nothing wrong with them. Someone just simply didn't like the color or changed their mind on the unit. The devices are checked in a new much more robust testing procedure and repackaged with original packaging along with the original warranty. Obviously they are marked down accordingly so buyers can get a heck of a deal. Just be weary of no name sellers if you are going to go with refurbished. Naturally you can get better deals with them but the testing equipment and warranties are poor at best. If you are looking at the Lenovo tablet you might try checking out the Lenovo outlet directly