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Hi,
Please advise to choose a budget android 4 or later tablet from Amazon (it must be from there) suitable for chating through skype with video, has cortex A9 CPU, Mali GPU and medium screen resolution.

No other important preferences.

Thanks
Edited by Welliam - 5/11/13 at 8:32am
post #2 of 6
They sell the nexus 7 which is perfect imo, tegra 3 processor, excellent for gaming or whatever really, 720p screen and cheap. It's stock android so it'll always be up to date with the latest android. Only choice really for a budget tablet that doesn't look or feel budget at all.

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Edited by sWaY20 - 5/11/13 at 8:36am
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thanks sWaY20, I will get this for me but now I need temporary one for work with lower cost.
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Originally Posted by Welliam View Post

thanks sWaY20, I will get this for me but now I need temporary one for work with lower cost.

Then get a used Nexus 7 8gb. A9 CPU and Mali devices don't get any cheaper than what you get in the Nexus 7 unless you want to risk a knockoff tablet with almost no resell value.
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He's right I'd hunt for a used n7 as well, won't beat it new or used.

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@Diogenes5
resell value is not important for me now.
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