When it comes to tablets, there are zillion different Android-powered tablets and in my opinion, many of them should have never been made. Screen quality, resolution and performance offer suffer incredibly when you cut the price on a tablet, and in turn people that buy these often use them for a week or so before they abandon them in favor of something else. Onda has been around for only a little while, and they have focused on a product that is a bit more interesting - a Windows tablet. Their V820W is a 8-inch tablet that will set you back $100USD and it shows some promise.
- 8-inch 1280x800 IPS Retina capacitive touchscreen
- Intel Atom X5 Z8300 Quad-Core CPU 1.84GHz / Intel HD Gen8 Graphics
- 2GB DDR3L RAM + 32GB ROM, microSD support up to 128GB
- Front and rear camera at 2.0MP
- Bluetooth/OTG/WiFi/HDMI functions
- 4200mAh battery