"Cheap Android tablets have been on the market for a while, but most were barely worth turning into cat toys. Now, four years after the first iPad, Amazon’s $99 Fire HD 6 has brought a new baseline of quality to tablets that are inexpensive enough to be essentially disposable.Finally, a $100 Tablet Worth Buying - WSJ - WSJ
This means two things: First, you don’t have to lay out big bucks for an iPad or Galaxy Tab for everyone in your family. Second, your cheap tablets aren’t necessarily going to last as long, and you must be better prepared for what to do with them when they die."
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Finally, a $100 Tablet Worth Buying - WSJ - WSJ
Excerpt from an extensive Kindle Fire HD 6 review and ~$100 tablet survey