5 of the best tablets under 300$

the best tablets under 300

the best tablets under 300

The decision to get yourself a tablet may be the simplest decision that you have ever made. As a matter of fact, confronted with a wide array of products available in today’s market, there is an even tougher challenge of how to get the best tablet available whilst saving money. In this post we have selected some of best tablets under 300$ that will still cater your needs.

5 of the best tablets under 300$


Google Nexus 9 Tablet

Google Nexus 9 Tablet 8.9-Inch

Google Nexus 9 Tablet 8.9-Inch

The nexus 9 takes the top of our list. It is a strong upgrade from its predecessor, the nexus 7, and provides a good introduction to the Android lollipop. Still no match for apple’s golden ipad Air 2, the nexus 9 boasts of an improved 8.9 inch screen, lightweight, strong speakers, excellent battery life and a neat 2GB RAM which are all powered by the last NVidia 64 bit processor Tegra K1 Dual Denver @ 2.3GHz CPU Quad-band.

However, the absence of a micro-SD slot, considering the below average storage is a big omission by the google design team.

Pros

Sleek design and excellent battery life

Cons

Medium sized storage with no SD slot and below par camera quality

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1

This is one tablet where it is very evident that a lot of thought has been put into ensuring that it meets and surpasses consumer expectations. Unlike it more popular competitors, the NVidia has certainly noy done badly. Beginning from its Android 6.0 marshmallow operating system, it includes among other things as expandable 16GB storage, 2GB RAM, 2.2GHz ARM cortex A 15 processor and an excellent graphic display for ardent gamers

Despite it’s not so great at 5 megapixel for the rear camera, the selfie takers may not be disappointed by the 5 megapixel front facing camera which is more than can be said for the nexus9.

Pros

Excellent for hamers and screen quality

Cons

Sub-par rear camera

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ASUS ZenPad S 8

ASUS ZenPad S 8 Z580CA-C1-BK 8" 64 GB Tablet

ASUS ZenPad S 8 Z580CA-C1-BK 8″ 64 GB Tablet

With a good and sturdy build, the asus Zenpad brings a lot to the table. If you are an app lover,, you will be very delighted at the bunch of pre-installed software that you will find in it. One of the major high points of the gadget is the very good screen resolution that will make entertainment a delight and the intel powered Z358 quad core processor.

However, in this age of endless selfies, one would have expected a higher resolution front camera which comes at 5 megapixel and a longer lasting battery life.

Pros

Excellent resolution

Cons

Average camera

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Dell Venue 8 7000

Dell Venue 8 7000 Android Tablet (16GB)

Dell Venue 8 7000 Android Tablet (16GB)

Popularly acclaimed to be the world’s thinnest tablet, the dell venue 8 7000 doesn’t just focus on aesthetic alone but also on user experience. It provides excellent speakers for top-notch music experience and a beautiful display that makes using it enjoyable. It still has a couple of areas to be improved upon, but at its asking price, it is worth every dollar spent.

Pros

Lightweight

Cons

Lower processing power

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Apple iPad mini 2 ME276LL/A

Apple iPad mini 2 ME276LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi) Black with Space Gray

Apple iPad mini 2 ME276LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi) Black with Space Gray

The last but definitely far from our last is the iPad mini 2 which comes at a decent price for an Apple product. For those looking for performance to camera quality, battery life, aesthetics, weight and display, Apple seems to have something for you. This tablet cam be said to be a taste of the pricier products and it does not fail to leave you hooked on all things Apple.

Pros

Excellent resolution and inspiring design

Cons

Low storage and a little too priced for its specs

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