Cracking Open the $100 LY-706 MID tablet
Want a tablet, but don't want to spend $500 for an Apple iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab? Then you might be tempted to purchase one of the many $100 Android tablets that are floating around the Web. These low-priced devices offer features similar to their higher-end cousins (touchscreen, built-in camera, and Wi-Fi). But, what's really inside a $100 tablet? We wanted to find out. So, we bought one from a site called FocalPrice.com -- the LY-706 MID Tablet Pad Netbook. Follow along as we take a peak at the hardware inside this low-cost tablet.
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