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Our list of the Best Budget Tablets in India across various platforms. The Top 10 Budget tablets are primarily based on Google's Android and Windows 8.1 OS. These budget tablets are priced in the range of Rs 8,000 - Rs 15,000 in India. Click on the individual products to read detailed reviews.
The 2nd gen Nexus 7 is our choice for the best tablet that you can buy in a low budget. The tablet will be getting the latest Android L update and has recently seen a substantial price cut, making it an excellent deal for a affordable yet fast and well-built tablet.
The first generation iPad Mini is still a very good buy for a budget tablet. Selling for Rs. 15,000 (approx), the iPad Mini provides enough performance along with excellent battery life. The app support and ecosystem on Apple iOS platform is a big advantage with the Apple iPad Mini
This latest tablet from Lenovo is the best Android based tablet in the 8-inch category for budget buyers. The key advantages offered by the Lenovo A8 tablet are- high resolution 8-inch screen, 2GB RAM, latest quad-core Intel processor and good build quality.
The iPad Mini Retina is the best tablet to buy for anyone wanting a compact, light version of the iPad Air without compromising on the screen quality, performance and battery-life
The 8-inched Digiflip Pro XT811 is 3G+Wi-Fi enabled tablet form Flipkart running on an Intel Atom Z2580 chip with 1GB RAM and 16GB of memory. Great option in the budget category.
The Dell Venue 8 comes with a nice build and design and offers 32GB of internal storage at an affordable price.
The recently launched Huawei MediaPad Honor T1 is an excellent choice if you are looking for a 3G voice calling tablet with a sturdy build.
The most affordable and reliable tablet with voice calling and 3G, the new Fonepad 7 runs on an Intel Clover Trail processor and comes with Asus' new ZenUI.
One of the best gaming tablets is now available at an affordable price. The Tegra Note has a nice rubberised built and is powered by a Nvidia Tegra 4 processor.
If you are a Samsung fan and want a voice calling tablet, then here is the most affordable option for you.