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Other good ones are the Kindle Fire HD and there are even $65 tablets going now, like we mention in this blog post about Zeepad ($65), the Kindle Fire HD ($199), iPad ($289+ shipping).
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$199 - HP Slate 7 Extreme/Tegra Note 7: This tablet has Tegra 4 Soc (which is a beast), 1GB of RAM, 5MP camera (according to reviews, it's capable to deliver decent photos and videos), great gaming performance, built-in stylus, great touch response for its stylus, stylus touch response technology (you can even create professional drawing), great battery life, microSD card, and many more.
$150 - HP Slate 7 Plus: This one is powered by Tegra 3 quad-core SoC, 1GB of RAM, 5MP camera, microSD card slot, great gaming performance and many more.
Asus memoPad 7HD: It's powered by quad-core MTK8125, HD display, it has great 5MP camera, good gaming performance (but it's laggy when playing GTA Vice City, GTA San Andreas and Asphalt 8), great display (CNET also loves the screen of this tablet) and many more.
The point is, you must be careful when choosing cheap tablet because not all cheap tablets are great. You must always read review and watch video reviews on YouTube of the tablet you're looking for.