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    Cheap Windows 10 tablets have flooded the market over the last couple of years, but are any of them any good, and are they reliable?
    Our community has asked an important question; are cheap Windows tablets good enough to rely on? It's a good question for the budget conscious buyer, especially those that aren't looking to spend more than $400. Can you trust a tablet for which you only paid $200 or $300?

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    11-23-2017 09:40 AM
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    I have an 8" Toshiba Encore that I still use every now and then. I think it's almost 4 yrs old and has been updated to Windows 10. I primarily use it when I travel as a gps, reader and media device. It also serves as a phone charger and back-up when my Surface Pro battery is drained. It only has 2gb memory and 32gb hard drive. The later has been very problematic, so I strongly recommend 64gb minimum hard drive and 4gb memory for a cheap Win10 tablet.
    11-23-2017 10:38 AM

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