Amazon Kindle

The most inexpensive tablet available in the market commenced its official sales in October, last year. Its price at $79 is still the lowest in the market. However, the device could be found for even less in the market.

The cheap price tag shaves off some of basic features that might be essential to the user. The 2011 Kindle comes without a touch screen and a keyboard of any sort. The only way to input text on the device is to scroll through the letters with the joy stick at the bottom of the screen.

There is no Bluetooth to connect headphones or any other device for data transfer.

However, for reading books, listening to music and checking through emails, the device is well worth the $79 spent.

Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet

The other option to reading books on an electronic screen is a colourful tablet. Though the current market is crowded by a slew of tablets from countless companies, the devices are either very expensive or do not hold the primary feature of as an e-reader.

Again, Barnes and Noble presents itself as one of the best choices in colour screen tablets that are best e-readers at the same time. The latest iteration of Nook from the company called the Nook Tablet is one of the best options in the market.

Powered by heavily customized Android operating system, the device boasts a 7-inch colour screen with reasonable touch sensitivity. In addition to an e-reader, the device is a music player and movie player. Web browsing butter smooth on the device.

Amazon Kindle Fire

One of the least expensive colour tablets in the market is from Amazon. The company is known for its inexpensive products, be it tablets, movies or books, the company offers everything very competitive rates.

Kindle Fire is an Android-based device an in addition to Google’s app store, Amazon provides seamless connectivity to  Amazon’s ecosystem that offers a world of books, music, movies and TV shows. All of this is all yours for a mere $199.

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The Simple Touch is available for a mere $99, however, a deep research might offer you cheaper alternatives in the market.

Amazon Kindle

The most inexpensive tablet available in the market commenced its official sales in October, last year. Its price at $79 is still the lowest in the market. However, the device could be found for even less in the market.

The cheap price tag shaves off some of basic features that might be essential to the user. The 2011 Kindle comes without a touch screen and a keyboard of any sort. The only way to input text on the device is to scroll through the letters with the joy stick at the bottom of the screen.

There is no Bluetooth to connect headphones or any other device for data transfer.

However, for reading books, listening to music and checking through emails, the device is well worth the $79 spent.

Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet

The other option to reading books on an electronic screen is a colourful tablet. Though the current market is crowded by a slew of tablets from countless companies, the devices are either very expensive or do not hold the primary feature of as an e-reader.

Again, Barnes and Noble presents itself as one of the best choices in colour screen tablets that are best e-readers at the same time. The latest iteration of Nook from the company called the Nook Tablet is one of the best options in the market.

Powered by heavily customized Android operating system, the device boasts a 7-inch colour screen with reasonable touch sensitivity. In addition to an e-reader, the device is a music player and movie player. Web browsing butter smooth on the device.

Amazon Kindle Fire

One of the least expensive colour tablets in the market is from Amazon. The company is known for its inexpensive products, be it tablets, movies or books, the company offers everything very competitive rates.

Kindle Fire is an Android-based device an in addition to Google’s app store, Amazon provides seamless connectivity to  Amazon’s ecosystem that offers a world of books, music, movies and TV shows. All of this is all yours for a mere $199.

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