So, you’ve made up your mind on buying a tablet, eh? Which one? You’d probably get stuck in a rut on finding which tablet PC works best for you… wait, what about the flagships of the big boys in the mobile industry? Sure! With their great performance and awesome displays, they are just beyond amazing! You’re really going to dig these tablets every feature—and they will also dig your pockets big time. Apparently, they are not our best friends—or, should we still consider them friends when talking about money matters? I could just say that they are real bank-breakers right off the bat.

And how about tablet accessories? Sure you have splurged a real pretty penny with your tablet, and another one for tablet accessories? Oh! Tablet for headache, please! So, if you’re on the hunt for tablets that are wallet-friendly, then you are on the right page. Let’s cut to the chase and hit the list of awesome yet fitting for budget tablets below:

#1: Google Nexus 7

All thanks to the search giant, the Nexus 7 has now been revamped. It may be with the same size as the first version, which measures 114.3 x 200.6 x 7.6mm, but it is now powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU. And I bet you’re going to love this second version more since now it includes an Adreno 320 graphics, 2GB of RAM, and a 1920 x 1200 resolution IPS display. You think that’s not much of a thrill? Well, how about the incorporation of a 5-megapixel shooter at the back? Now, you are not just limited with its front-facing 1.2-megapixel camera. It even runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. So, what else can you ask for a tablet that only costs £199?

#2: Amazon Kindle Fire HD

What can you say about this good-looking 7-incher? Amazon Kindle Fi—steaming hot! Compared to other tablets, its frame is a tad bit wide so as to prevent accidental touches. Though we can leave the smudges on the LCD screen protector’s care, those random touches can get a real bummer. The only pitfall with this one is that it lacks a zoom-in feature. For £139, it works perfectly fine even if it lacks the beauty of iPad mini. And for a cheap price like that, it sure has something to offer on the table.

#3: Kobo Arc

Another 7-incher from the list: the Kobo Arc. It is known for its scrapbook-style interface. Sitting at the heart of this device is a 1.5GHz dual core processor that adds fluidity to an enjoyable experience. You can even play a lot of music file formats since Kobo Arc can support them! However, it owns its downsides: it lacks a rear-facing camera, a micro USB cable, Bluetooth, and a microSD card expansion slot. Disheartened by the drawbacks? Well, the Arc Tapestries and Discover features will be able to pull it off once more, so you won’t need to think twice on getting this tablet for only £159.99 (16GB), £189.99 (32GB), and £229.99 (64GB).

 Won’t you still take a hold with one of these tablets? Get one now and make you and your wallet happy!

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