Deals: Super affordable tablets, Intel inside, and more


We’ve come a long way from 5MB storages that were the size of a modern-day room, to super-tiny devices that can control our homes.

While this means that the cutting edge is pushed further each day, it also results in older technology becoming more affordable… and ultimately, cheap. We’ve been sent info about some deals taking place, which some of you might find worthwhile.

Ones that are attention worthy include the $49.99 Vido T99 tablet, which comes with a 7-inch display and a 64-bit quad-core processor. If that wasn’t enough, the T99 even features on-board 3G! Moving on, it’s the Onda V820w which is next on the list. At a mere $69.99, the tablet does dual-boot, making it one of the most affordable dual boot tablets around, if not the cheapest. The entire range of these budget tablets can be found here.

Other deals include Intel powered tablets, and a general clearance sale where you might just get lucky with a deal or two.

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3 Comments

  1. Wolvie
    June 15, 2016

    I might be wrong but i think Intel just announce that it gave up with Smartphone and tablet, you can search google for that.

    It means no more future support for smartphones and tablets with Intel SOC inside !!
    You are buying a confirmed fully abandoned SOC from the manufacturer itself.

    So if you plan to buy one (smartphones or tablets with Intel SOC inside), make sure you know that once you bought it then the Android support will be close to none and it will discontinue soon.

    Maybe better if you buy only if the products already selling at ridiculously rock bottom cheap price so you don’t feel so heart pain if those above happened to you.

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/3063508/components/intel-is-on-the-verge-of-exiting-the-smartphone-and-tablet-markets-after-cutting-atom-chips.html

    https://mobile.slashdot.org/story/16/04/29/2125215/intel-cuts-atom-chips-basically-giving-up-on-smartphone-and-tablet-market

    http://www.recode.net/2016/5/2/11634168/intel-10-billion-on-mobile-before-giving-up

    • June 15, 2016

      You’re right about the support part, I believe.

  2. 123
    June 15, 2016

    Every time I see the word “Super” in the title, I immediately think that it’s another Umi Super ad