Help choose the best price to quality ratio tablet

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Oct 24, 2012 8:59:59 AM via Website

i want to get one tablet.After selection,i find two i love.One is cheap but another one is expensive.
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II $85.35 :Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet, 5-Point-Multi-Touch 7" Capacitive Screen, 1.2G CPU, 3D Game, 3840X2160 Video, HDMI, Camera, G-sensor
BeanTab B1 $198.38 : the 1st Andriod 4.1 Jelly Bean Tablet, 1.6G Dual Core CPU, Dual Camera, 9.7" Capatitive Screen, 1G RAM + 16G ROM, HDMI

which Android 4.0 tablet has the best price to quality ratio? The cheap one can help save money but the functions of the expensive one are attractive for me.Which one?
Thank you in advance!
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Dec 8, 2012 4:47:37 PM via Website

Pipo M3!

● Display: 10.1", 1280x800 IPS (16:10)
● Touch Panel: Capacitive 10-touch
● CPU: Rockchip 3066 Cortex A9,1.6GHz,Dual-core CPU+Quad-core GPU
● Operation System: Android 4.1
● Camera: Front 2M, back 5M
● WiFi: 802.11/b/g/n
● Internal 3G built-in: Optional (data only)
● External 3G support: Yes
● Bluetooth 2.1+EDR: Optional
● Others: G-sensor, Micro SD slot, mic, speaker, mini HDMI output
● Multimedia:Audio, Video(1080P), Photo,ebook,game, email, internet…
● Battery capacity: 3500mAh by 7.4V
● Housing material: metal back