There are lots of tablets out there, believe me and they seem to meet the needs of their respective users but as for me i look out for some extra criteria such as durability, suitability and affordability. After careful assessment of tablets in the Nigeria market, i have this brief but concise report on The
Best 4 Most affordable tablets in the Nigerian market this year 2014. These tablets are durable, affordable and loaded with features that will really interest you whether it is for work, pleasure or fancy – these tablets rock.
1. Tecno Phantom P9
Tecno has become a force to reckon with when it comes to mobile devices and it is now widely used by both the young and old, it is a china product with a difference you may say. The Tecno phantom p9 is a 7-inch mobile tablet with 1GB RAM 16GB HDD, Front and rear camera of 2MP and 5MP respectively, LED flash and a long lasting battery. It operates on wifi and 3G. You can get the Tecno Phantom P9 Quad Core 1.2 GHz from online stores for as low as 31,000;
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2. Infinix Joypad X700:
The phone is sold between 22,000 and 23,000 Naira. It has 7 inches screen, 1GHz processor, 4GB internal memory, 8GB micro SD (Upgradeable to 32GB), 3MP camera, 3G connection with data and call, Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB and above all, it runs Android 4.0 (Ice cream Sandwich)
3. ASUS Fone Pad 7
This tablet runs Android 4.2 with 0.3MP and 2MP front and rear camera respectively, a 7 inch screen, 1GB memory, GPS, Wifi and 10 finger multi touch support with Dual SIM, It is sold between 21,000 – 22,000 Naira.
4. Archos 70 Xenon 3G Tablet
This is actually the cheapest in this compilation, the Archos 70 Xenon 3G tablet is a Dual core, 7 inches Android tablet with 0.3 and 2MP front and rear camera respectively, Android 4.2 operating system, 4GB internal memory and 512MB RAM. It also comes with several multimedia applications that you’ll love. The tablet is sold between 17,000 – 18,000 Naira. For more information on this tablet, click here