Ultra-cheap Windows tablets that cost only $65

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It may sound surprising but with free Windows license from Microsoft and cheaper chips from Intel, two companies Emdoor and Ployer have revealed tablets at costs frankly would sound impossible.

Emdoor and Ployer released 7-inch Emdoor I8170 and 8-inch Ployer MOMO8 at the Hong Kong Electronics Trade Fair for just $65 each.

The two tablets that cost lesser than an original copy of Windows feature quad-core Atom Z3735G chip and 1GB RAM. Both the tablets come with 16GB of onboard storage and have a Micro SD slot for additional storage.

You cannot expect Microsoft Surface Pro style functionality from the tablets, but with Windows OS installed, the tablets are ideal for web surfing and using handful of games and apps.

Ployer tablet

Via: Geek