Why spend hundreds on something when it'll be outdated in a year?
Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
These days every company is coming out with the 7 inch tablet. Google Nexus 7, iPad Mini, Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, the list goes on. They are priced anywhere from $99 - $399. That's a huge range. There are tons of blogs that give Android tablet reviews, lots of articles of which ones are the best. Which will be the best selling 7 inch tablet this Christmas?
MID tablets are the most affordable tablets out there. MID stand for Mobile Internet Device, which defines every tablet on sale. However, these tablets are considered "MID" because they don't have a brand name. Buying a tablet without a brand name makes them cost effective. There are not many companies based in the United States that sell the MID tablets. Aside from GeekaTronics LLC (http://www.GeekaTronics.com), most of the MID tablets that are sold are directly sent from China.
There are different versions of the MID tablet. There are the resistive touch screen and the capacitive touch screen and different Android versions. The tablets that are resistive touch are usually Android 2.3 or lower and are priced from $49-$99. These are good to use as e-readers and check email etc. The capacitive tablets are usually Android 4.0 or higher and you can basically do everything on these tablets. They are comparable to the Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire. The capacitive Android 4.0 MID tablets go for anywhere from $99-$149.