THE BEST ANDROID TABLETS UNDER 200

Best Android Tablets Under $200

The best thing about competition is that it always helps bring the price down. While the verdict is still out on Apple vs. Android tablets, you don’t have to go bankrupt to own a high-performance tablet.

20 Best Selling Android Tablets

Specs of Android Tablets Under $200

1. Display

Display screen size is one of the common things to look at when buying a low-priced tablet. Lots of companies provide a high-quality resolution and wider screen size that doesn’t harm our eyes while still provide fair and bright pictures. It is only up to your needs and budget.

2. RAM

We all know that the higher the RAM the smoother the performance. So do not expect high RAM with these android tablets because they only cost under $200. We can say that the higher the RAM the more expensive it will be. With these tablets, RAM only ranges from 2GB-4GB.

3. Internal Storage

One of the factors you should consider when buying a tablet is internal storage. With higher storage, you can experience a high-end performance of the device. The more space you have, the more applications can be installed. It is best to choose a tablet that has a MicroSD card slot so you can extend the storage up to your needs.

4. Battery Capacity

Investing in a cheap tablet with high performance can be a miracle. But worry no more because these tablets have a high battery capacity, so even if it may not give you a high and fast performance, the good thing is that you can use the device for a long period of time.


1. Kindle Fire HDX 7-Inch” Tablet

Kindle Fire HDX 7 Previous Generation - 3rd
Product Highlights:
  • exclusive 7" hdx display with high pixel density and perfect color accuracy (100% srgb, 323 ppi / 1920 x 1200)
  • all-new amazon underground, a one-of-a-kind app store experience where over $10,000 in apps, games and even in-app items are actually free – including extra lives, unlocked levels, unlimited add-on packs and more
  • enjoy more than 33 million movies, tv shows, songs, books, android apps and games

Online’s Kindle Fire HDX 7″ tablet takes Android to a whole new level with the introduction of Fire OS. For well under $200 you get the 7″ HDX Display, Wi-Fi, Optional 4G LTE Wireless, and a choice of 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB storage.

The 1920×1200 HDX display is awesome for lifelike images that are delivered in high pixel density (323 PPI) and go well beyond your traditional HD.

The speed is very very fast. The 2.2 GHz quad-core processor offers hiccup-less performance for gaming and video with 2GB of RAM.

The design looks cool and the tablet is very comfortable on your hands. The power and volume button placement on this Kindle Fire HDX is behind the device which allows it to hide away from the front view.

The tablet is sturdy enough to survive minor drops but I highly recommend getting a case (Kindle Fire HDX case) for it.

Last but not the least, you get the “Mayday” button: exclusive, on-device tech support that lets you connect for free to an expert 24×7, 365 days a year.

2. Samsung Galaxy Tab 4″ Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8-Inch, White
Product Highlights:
  • android 4.4 kit kat os, 1.2 ghz quad-core processor
  • 16 gb flash memory, 1.5 gb ram memory
  • 64gb of memory available through a microsd slot and 50gb of free dropbox storage

You will notice right off the bat that Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is super light and easy to use.

It’s fast enough to meet your gaming and video needs and comes with plenty of memory/storage (16 GB Flash Memory, 1.5 GB RAM Memory, and 64GB of memory available through a microSD slot).

A couple of my friends have both the iPad and the iPad Mini, but when I tried both of them myself, nothing compares to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.

Its large screen allows for comfortable reading.

The Galaxy Tab 4 has a built-in IR blaster, which allows you to use the tablet as a universal remote control.

It lets you take photos and video chat with friends and family members seamlessly with a 3-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front camera.

If you have kids in the house, you can create a separate profile for your kids and switch to Kids Mode. As a parent, you can track the time their kids spend and even set preferences to manage which features your children can access.

3. Nexus 7 from Google

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Nexus 7 from Google is another compelling contender in the tablet market and offers uncompromising performance.

It’s equipped with 16GB USB storage, 1.5 GHz quad-core speed, 2GB RAM, and 9-hours of active-use battery life.

Google has come out with the Nexus 9, which offers much better performance, but at a higher price. If you want to stay under $200, Nexus 7 will serve you well.

Patrick Cooper

Patrick has over a decade’s experience writing about consumer electronics on the web. An avid traveller, he is the father of two adopted pitbulls and a greyhound. Cheif editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Patrick lives in Austin, TX. Reach him at patrick@wraws.com.