The other day we told you about an Android tablet that costs $50 to make that Indian students are purchasing with a government subsidy for $35
. There might be another low priced tablet that beats it as the ESER A10 Android tablet costs just $51
. For that price, you're not going to get the latest quad-core processor or a Retina display, but what you do get is a more than serviceable tablet with Android 2.3.4 installed. The 7 inch display offers WVGA resolution, a single-core 1.2GHz BoxChip CPU under the hood, and 4GB of native storage. The latter can be bumped up thanks to the inclusion of a microSD slot.
Other features which you might not expect from a $51 tablet include Wi-Fi, an HDMI out port,
and a front-facing camera. For those who want 3G connectivity, a USB dongle is available. The most interesting line on the specs list is the 2160p video that the tablet can decode
. Those who have used the tablet say it is responsive and smooth and the screen has the brightness and color saturation you would expect from a more expensive tablet.
Sure, the ESER A10 isn't the most loaded tablet on the market, but for $51 you can't do better.
(translated) via AndroidAuthority