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Choosing between the mass of cheap tablets can be tough, now there are so many on the market. Whether you're looking for a Kindle Fire Android tablet for reading or a Nexus 7 for media consumption and browsing the Google Play Store, we've rounded up some of the best cheap tablets to buy.

All these tablets cost a lot less than an iPad, but offer great value for money by being stuffed to the brim with speedy processors, plenty of internal storage and some really high-res displays, making sure you get a lot of bang for your buck.

Choosing between the mass of cheap tablets can be tough, now there are so many on the market. Whether you're looking for a Kindle Fire Android tablet for reading or a Nexus 7 for media consumption and browsing the Google Play Store, we've rounded up some of the best cheap tablets to buy.

All these tablets cost a lot less than an iPad, but offer great value for money by being stuffed to the brim with speedy processors, plenty of internal storage and some really high-res displays, making sure you get a lot of bang for your buck.
 

Simon Khoury
Molecular Biologist turned technology journalist, Simon moved from browsing genomes to dissecting gadgets and putting them through T3's battery of tests. He is currently the Editor for T3me.com, and a contributing editor to the Arabic and English editions of T3 Middle East magazine. He takes special interest in high performance computer systems, high-end smartphones, the indie gaming scene, and productivity boosting software. He is also an avid reader, science afficionado and a picky gamer. You can contact him at webeditor(at)t3me.com.
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