Supermarket chain Aldi is the end of this month as a cheap Android tablet. The tablet is called Mini-path inherited and is sold for a price of 89.99 euros. However, it is wise to buy this tablet
Mini path of Aldi, as with many cheap tablets is the case, called white label tablet which probably produced by a Chinese manufacturer and sold throughout the world under different names . The tablet includes a 7-inch display of unknown resolution, 1GB of RAM 8GB of storage memory, WiFi, two cameras, a microSD card reader and a mini HDMI port for connecting to an external display. The processor is a quad-core variant, but it is not clear what type it is, and what is the clock speed. The Mini-pad runs on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean.
a price of 89.99 euros is naturally attractive, but it is wise to run for this model? go to the store later this month Based on their own experiences with cheap tablets offered by stores like Aldi, the Kruidvat Hema and we must say that it is often wiser to spend a few. Extra bucks Although these cheap tablets do what they need to do they often stabbing attack in build quality, user experience and longevity.
an amount between 120 and 160 euros, so what you a few bucks extra cost, there are several interesting tablets to providing more security and better quality in these areas. finding The best example is the ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 , a 7-inch tablet with a more recent version of Android, an impressive display good, excellent performance, good build quality and more storage memory. It is a balance, and if you’re looking for a cheap tablet just for kids or purely meant for traveling in the car is also the mini-pad might meet. If the expectations, but not too high.
Mini-path is from November 27 on sale at Aldi.