Windows is the most used operating system with over 94% usage. In just america, the percentage is 92% but still the windows is not at all cheap, for around 140$ you may think it is over priced but not now. There are number of Tablets which cost around 140$ which has full genuine windows 8 which is upgradeable to windows 10. We will be covering only those tablets with windows 8 operating system and which are available online or offline in United States of America, So lets Start!
Acer Iconia w3-810
Acer Iconia w3-810 Is a sub 250$ tablet with a 8.1″ display, It comes with Windows 8 and is easily upgradable to windows 10. The best part of the Acre Iconia w3-810 is the build, It is one of the most sturdy tablets also the 8.1″ display is one of the best screen size for a windows tablet.It has a Intel Atom Dual-Core Z2760 Processor clocked at 1.5Ghz and has a 2GB DDR2 RAM. It has 32Gb of flash memory and it can be expanded via microSD card. It has a Micro USB 2.0 Port as well as a Micro-HDMI port with HDCP support. It has a 2MP rear and a 2MP front camera. Overall, It has been more than a year since its release and you may get better options in the list below, but if you want a good built windows tablet, this is the thing you should go for.
HP Stream 8 tablet
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HP stream 11 is one of the most cheapest tablet here. HP Stream 11 provides the most value to your money. It has a 8″ display with a smaller form factor. It has a Intel Atom Z3735G processor coupled with 1GB of DDR3 RAM. It comes with office 365 out of the box with a validity of a full one year from the date of activation. It has a 5MP rear and a 2MP front camera. You also get 32GBflash storgae with a SD card option. The only downside of this tablet is the RAM in it, which is just one GB as windows is a very heavy OS. Also the screen isn’t that great.
Dell Venue 8 pro
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Dell venue pro is another 8″ tablet in our list but it has some great features in it. It has a 1280 x 800 resolution display with 5 point touch support. It has a Intel Atom Z3740D Quad-Core Processor with 2MB Cache, The processor is really robust clocked at 1.8GHz. Dell Venue 8 pro has pen touch support which means that you can use a stylus to work upon your tablet. It has a bright screen with good contrast. It comes with windows 8.1 out of the box and with 32 GB Flash Memory. It has a 5MP rear camera and a 1.2MP front camera. Powering the tablet is a 4830mAh battery. The major con of this tablet is its Awkwardly placed Start button.
Asus Transformer T100
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Asu Transformer t100 a 10-inch Windows tablet that comes with a keyboard dock in the box — all for just $299. It has an Intel Atom processor with 2GB of DDR3 RAm. It has 32GB internal memory and supports SDcard. It also has a micro HDMI port. The keyboard is also very sturdy with a Lock-In mechanism. But I do feel the keyboard is very small and so do are the keys, the distance between them is very less and also the key travel isn’t much. The same goes for the track pad, to maintain the same 10″ size, the trackpad is very small, even though it does the work but you need to cycle down the trackpad to reach to the other part of the screen. This device is a little old for August 2015, but still thats the only cheap convertible you can get.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
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This is the tablet whose everyone heard off and also the most expensive in our list of tablets with windows 8 operating system. Microsoft surface pro 3 has a quad core i5 processor coupled with 8 GB of RAm. This tablet is rather for heavy users and belive me, you can game well on this machine. Microsoft bumped the Surface Pro touchscreen from a tiny 10.6 inches to a far roomier 12 inches. In the process, the pixel count has been upped from 1920 x 1080 to 2160 x 1440 The result is a modest boost in pixels per inch – 207 ppi to 216 ppi – given the increase in screen real estate. A tablet wouldn’t be much of a laptop replacement without a keyboard, and the Surface Pro keyboard was in desperate need of a boost. Luckily, Microsoft sent the Type Cover back to the drawing board, and what came back is the best version yet. From keys with deeper travel and stronger feedback to a wider glass trackpad that actually clicks, nothing was off the table. Overall If you have the budget, then go for Surface 3.
Do let us know which one will you be buying from the comment section below.