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Photo: Supplier Source: National featured tablets are becoming a one-time device, and the new generation of Android tablets is starting to break through the $100 barrier.
Major retailers have launched some Android tablets that cost less than $90, as well as many other models that cost less than $150.
The cheapest tablet in Kogan is Agora 8-
Harvey Norman owns pendipa 4 for $119.
07' of $88 and the Biological Weapons Convention 7-
$89 inch and BWC Smart 10-inch for $149.
Ruslan Kogan of Kogan Technologies said that when the iPad was launched three years ago, the highest model for most people was the salary of nearly a week.
But the growth of Android systems and components produced on a large scale in Chinese factories means that more and more companies are assembling tablets without having to go through the expensive process app store of developing operating systems.
Mr. Kogan said: "Our tablets were developed through conversations with our customers, and one thing our customers said was that they wanted tablets, but they didn't need them.
"At the price we 've reached, it's almost a one-time device.
"There is a clear demand for tablets, and there is a clear demand for mobile computing devices, especially at that price point.
"$150 is a simple decision for them, $800 is a clear figure
"Before container shipping arrived, our initial few shipments were actually sold out.
Alistair Eldred, mobile marketing coordinator, said that the first generation of Android tablets was mainly in the middle and high schools.
End product designed as an iPad replacement.
"It took a long time for manufacturers to realize where tablets are in the consumer group, and this is the third --tier or fourth-tier non-
If people can afford it, if the performance is good enough, they will buy basic products, he said.
"Most people don't spend more money than mobile phones.
"Mr Kogan said consumers should be wary of some very cheap tablets offered by some online retailers that have a second --
Rate the screen that does not allow you to slide and navigate the screen correctly.
Mr. Eldred said that even at the end of the market budget, consumers should look for tablets with good support and assurance.