In just a few years, tablets have firm­ly estab­lished them­selves in the life of a mod­ern per­son. And this is not sur­pris­ing, because with a tablet you can com­fort­ably read books, watch movies, surf the Inter­net, play games and even work with doc­u­ments. More­over, all this fits in a small bag or jack­et pock­et and can work up to 10–12 hours with­out charg­ing the bat­tery.

Pre­vi­ous­ly, such devices were quite expen­sive, and not every­one could afford them, but now on the mar­ket you can find a lot of devices with a pleas­ant price tag. In this regard, we have cre­at­ed for you a selec­tion of the 5 best tablets worth up to 10,000 rubles.

BB-mobile Techno 7.85 3G Slim

A tablet inspired by one of the mar­ket lead­ers, the Apple iPad mini. Exter­nal sim­i­lar­i­ties are so great that if you wish, you can eas­i­ly use cas­es from iPad mini with BB-mobile Tech­no 7.85 3G Slim. In addi­tion, a 7.85-inch dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 1024x768 pix­els is installed here, which again cor­re­sponds to an “apple” tablet. There is also a 5 MP rear cam­era of sim­i­lar res­o­lu­tion, but the front cam­era is infe­ri­or: only 0.3 MP ver­sus 1.2 MP in the iPad mini, although giv­en the dif­fer­ence in cost, you can for­give him for that.

Inside is a quad-core Medi­aTek MT8382, clocked at 1.3 GHz, as well as 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry. An inter­est­ing fea­ture is the pres­ence of two slots for microSIM at once and one more for a microSD mem­o­ry card — some­thing that is impos­si­ble to get in Apple tablets.

ASUS ZenPad C 7.0

Unlike B‑brands, ASUS does not seek to copy the iPad in its tablets, so even bud­get devices get a com­plete­ly rec­og­niz­able and decent design, and Zen­Pad C 7.0 is no excep­tion. This tablet has a nice appear­ance with­out flashy ele­ments and frills. On the front side there is a 7‑inch dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 1024x600 pix­els and excel­lent col­or repro­duc­tion, and on the back there is a durable tex­tured plas­tic.

The tablet is pow­ered by a new gen­er­a­tion quad-core Intel Atom x3 C3200. This proces­sor pro­vides pret­ty good per­for­mance, and the Mali-450M­P4 graph­ics coproces­sor makes it easy to play any video and play more or less seri­ous games. The device runs on Android 5.0 Lol­lipop, which dis­tin­guish­es it from class­mates. Thanks to this and a bal­anced fill­ing, ASUS Zen­Pad C 7.0 is an excel­lent option for the future.

Archos 80b Helium

The Archos 80b Heli­um is a real high­light among tablets under 10,000 rubles, a great choice for those who care about dis­play qual­i­ty and per­for­mance. An 8‑inch TFT IPS dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 1280x800 pix­els is installed here, which is not so com­mon in this price seg­ment.

Inside is a quad-core Medi­aTek MT8732 — a fair­ly pow­er­ful solu­tion that is posi­tioned some­where between the Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 410 and Snap­drag­on 610. In addi­tion, the tablet has a dual-core Mali 760 MP2 video chip, so the Archos 80b Heli­um will cope quite well with the vast major­i­ty of games, although not on max­i­mum set­tings. Well, the most inter­est­ing thing is the pres­ence of 4G sup­port, thanks to which this tablet can be safe­ly called one of the best for its price.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Lite

If the brand of a device is impor­tant to you, then Sam­sung’s Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Lite may well be your favorite. This tablet is equipped with a 7‑inch dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 1024x600 pix­els, a Spread­trum SC8830 quad-core proces­sor, 1 GB of RAM and a 2‑megapixel cam­era. In addi­tion, it is equipped with Blue­tooth ver­sion 4.0, which allows you to use it with any wear­able elec­tron­ics.

Supra M722G

Bud­get tablet from Supra. Despite not the most pow­er­ful dual-core Medi­aTek MT6577 proces­sor and 512 MB of RAM, the Supra M722G is great for web surf­ing and view­ing pho­tos, which is fur­ther facil­i­tat­ed by an excel­lent 7‑inch dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 1024x600 pix­els. In addi­tion, the tablet has a GSM mod­ule and built-in GPS, so it can eas­i­ly be used as a nav­i­ga­tor or a sec­ond phone. Giv­en that the M722G costs less than 4500 rubles, it is ide­al for unde­mand­ing users.


So, with only 10,000 rubles, you can buy your­self a tablet for any need. Do you want a rec­og­niz­able design? BB-mobile Tech­no 7.85 3G Slim for you. Do you want to play games? Buy Archos 80b Heli­um. No desire to spend a lot on a tablet? Supra M722G has an attrac­tive price tag. Well, if you are attract­ed to devices only from famous brands, then be sure to take a clos­er look at ASUS Zen­Pad C 7.0 and Sam­sung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Lite, they will not dis­ap­point you.

Hap­py shop­ping!


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