Edited by davidmeyer, 15 March 2017 - 09:39 AM.
Posted 15 March 2017 - 09:36 AM
Posted 15 March 2017 - 10:35 PM
Edited by Tx Redneck, 15 March 2017 - 11:03 PM.
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Posted 18 July 2017 - 09:17 AM
The way I like to look at gaming gadgets might be quite different from your expectations, @davidmeyer. I hardly look at the price point unless, of course, I know what I want to get out of a tablet. Of course, there are list of tablets under $100 bucks written by new as well as serial bloggers looking to make a buck, and the link I just provided is a good example of one.
But the problem is, a tablet for cheap isn't something you can always trust. According to this article by Entrepreneur, the author suggest that you should look for a tablet that meets your needs.
You case is gaming, I assume. So you aren't just going to the market to look for a gaming tablet that costs a hundred bucks or less. You should buy something that will be of good help to you.
Here is a breakdown to what I think makes a good gaming tablet. My thoughts may be subjective, but it helps.
1. RAM must be good. I prefer something above 1 GB, but 1 GB should work just fine.
2. The quality of graphics matter a lot, and not to forget the resolution. I am for everything to do with high definition display with crisp text, color, and graphics.
3. Number of game apps you want to install determine the storage capacity. A tablet with an expandable memory will do. But please don't go for the 16 GB crap.
I hope this helps you, and other folks with a similar problem like yours.
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