Help to choose good tablet in price $200.

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  1. mareks166LV

    mareks166LV Member

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    Hello! Please recommend good tablet pc with my specifications:

    1. Price $180-$200
    2. Screen from glass,capacitive,size 8.9,9.7,10.1,resolution not smaller 1024*...
    3. Processor 1Ghz and faster,top brands
    4. Memory at least 512MB
    5. Wifi
    6. Good battery life,not less than 5-hours
    7. Flash support
    8. HDMI-out
    9. USB host port
    10.Regular update ability
    11. 1080P or 2160P video playback support (To play DVDRips)


    Tablet will be used for surfing the net and watching high quality movies,sometimes play games.


    Thanks,what you would recommend?
     
  2. pbrauer

    pbrauer Administrator Staff Member

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    i would recommend spending more money for that list of features.
     
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    Sorry nothing within that price range. Your looking for alot but wanna pay little.
     
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    For what your looking for; you'll need to spend more than that...
     
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    For $200 alone you're looking at just the KindleFire and the B&N Nook. Both those 7" tabs are great. No HDMI out, No USB, and not 1080p, but thats why they cost $200! :)
     
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    You're looking for premium flagship device features for budget multimedia ereader prices.

    Sent from my DROIDX running MIUI
     
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    But from chinese brands like Onda,Ramos,Teclast etc.?I am looking on HannSpree HansPad SN10T4,but is there any better?[h=3][/h]
     
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    You gonna need to speed at least 350 to get all that.

    Sent from my A500 using Android Tablet Forum
     
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    Hi, i think you should take a look at the Zenithink ZT-280 C91 with $224.9 with shipping in our site, and it's now available for ICS.
    hope that's what you want!:)
     

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