12 Best Tablets below Rs. 10000 to Impress Your Friends

Finding a right tablet that suits all your requirements isn’t the easiest thing to do especially if you’re on a tight budget.  With options today ranging from anything and everything – be it great processors, performance, cameras, design or practically anything under the sun, picking out a device that is just right for you is quite hard to do.

Considering that the best tablets under Rs.10000 in India are now being priced more and more competitively it is little wonder that selecting the best one is not easy to do. However, understanding that here are some of the best tabs available in the market today, all at a whopping below Rs.10000 price tag.

Swipe Slate Pro (Rs.9499)

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Pros:

  • Good processor
  • Great display

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Cons:

  • Average camera
  • After sales service practically non existent

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Swipe has quietly been rising in terms of tech and its new offering, the Slate Pro is quite good at what it does. With the Android 4.4 running like a breeze on its 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, this is a great tab which does loads of work, but is to an extent let down by the poor 2MP rear camera. Still a good choice for a first time tab, this is one for those looking for more at less.

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Datawind Ubislate 3G10 (Rs.9440)

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Pros:

  • Large screen
  • Latest software

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Cons:

  • Battery life isn’t the greatest
  • Lesser known brand

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The Ubislate 3G10 from Datawind is yet another budget offering from a brand that’s carved its niche in this respect quite well. With a 10.1-inch screen and 1GB of RAM this runs Android 4.4.2 extremely well and has a decent camera and features to make it worth the price.

Xolo QC800 (Rs.9000)

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 Pros:

  • Decent processor
  • Good value for money

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Cons:

  • Low battery
  • Poor camera

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The QC100 from Xolo is arguably one of the better designed tabs available today and is packed with features that make it a great budget choice. With 1.2GHZ Snapdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM, this does fairly well in terms of performance and the screen too has great display and viewing angles. While the battery isn’t great and the camera should have been much better, this is still a good budget option available today.

Oplus Xonpad 7 (Rs.7500)

 

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Pros:

  • Great design
  • Good performance

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Cons:

  • Lesser known brand
  • Poor battery life

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The Xonopad 7 from Oplus looks great and performs wonderfully as well. It has a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor which comes with 1GB of RAM that makes performance smooth and breezy. The display is decent too and both the rear and the front camera are adequate for taking great pictures and storing memories. Overall a decent package at a killer price this is a good tab to go for those who are looking for entertainment and don’t mind a brand that isn’t very popular.

HCL ME Y1 (Rs.8450)

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 Pros:

  • Looks good
  • Very competitively priced

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Cons:

  • Old software
  • Average processor
  • Camera isn’t that great

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The ME Y1 from HCL prides itself on the idea of smart technology and backs it up with performance and speed. It has a good 7-inch display and runs on a 1GHz processor which is adequate for basic work.

The software is the Android ICS which appears to be a bit dated but does a good job nonetheless. With good internal storage and expandable storage, this can house a lot of apps as well as media and is a fair choice for those who aren’t looking for a tab that is too fancy.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Neo (Rs.9780)

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Pros:

  • Good in terms of performance
  • Screen looks pretty good

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Cons:

  • No dual SIM option
  • Poor battery life

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Samsung has always been a legend when it comes to tabs and smartphones and the Galaxy Tab 3 Neo does well to justify that tag.

With a 1.2 GHz dual core processor running on 1GB of RAM, the phone is ideal in terms of performance and its 7-inch LCD also packs a punch in terms of screen quality.

With the Samsung brand, quality and after sales service is a guarantee so this is a safe bet in terms of selecting a tab that lasts long and suits your pocket as well.

Digiflip Pro XT811 (Rs.9499)

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 Pros:

  • Great processor
  • Screen is fantastic

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Cons:

  • Single SIM only
  • Camera is average

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Flipkart’s own Digiflip is slowly beginning to establish its hold on the market and the Pro XT811 is a step in the right direction. Packed with an amazing 2 GHz Intel processor, multitasking on this device is a treat and the 8-inch screen is also fantastic when it comes to basic viewing and media. The camera isn’t the best though which is a pity as this is a great device overall and one that still comes as highly recommended on all counts.

Lenovo A7-30 3G Tablet (Rs.9761)

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Pros:

  • Decent processor
  • Display looks quite good

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Cons:

  • Poor camera
  • Battery life is very average

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Lenovo has always been extremely popular when it comes to computing and the A-30 3G tablet is one that helps it cement its position in this segment as well. With a fast 1.3GHz processor that comes backed with 1GB of RAM, this delivers good performance and gets the best out of its Android 4.2 software.

The camera though is extremely poor 2MP rear camera and the battery too isn’t built to last. A good tablet for simple work, this is one to take for those looking for the Lenovo experience.

 

Huawei Honor T1 (Rs.8999)

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 Pros:

  • Good processor
  • Connectivity is great

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Cons:

  • Average camera
  • Not a very well known brand

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Another brand that is fast rising up the charts, the Huawei Honor T1 is loaded with features and takes on the biggies in this segment. It has a 1.2GHz quad core processor that is supplemented by 1 GB of RAM. The connectivity on it is also great, reaching speeds that are well above competition. The camera though on this too is average at best but the tab is still a great choice for both work and personal use.

Xolo Play Tab Tegra Note (Rs.9000)

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Pros:

  • Great display
  • Amazing processing capabilities

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Cons:

  • Average camera
  • Tends to overheat sometimes

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The Xolo Play Tab Tegra Note has been designed to deliver the best to people who love gaming and perform high end functions on their tabs. It comes with a 1.8 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 Quad-Core processor and 1GB of RAM that make it an absolute pleasure to play games on and do graphic intensive work.

The audio quality too is good but the camera is a bit of a letdown which makes it a very good tab and one that can perform really well, but not the best.

Dell Venue 7 16GB (Rs.10,099)

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Pros:

  • Great performance
  • Good display

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Cons:

  • Poor camera
  • Battery life is average

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Dell has been regaining a lot of lost ground recently with a few big ticket launches and the Venue 7 seems to be its way of making it big in terms of tabs as well. Loaded to the brim in terms of features and performance, this comes with a 1.6GHz dual core processor as well as 2GB of RAM which means playing high end games and multitasking is easy and works without a hitch on this tab.

The 7inch screen delivers a good display but the battery life and camera leave a lot to be desired. This is an excellent choice for those who are looking for a device that performs but also comes backed with the assurance of a quality manufacturer.

 

Notion Ink Cain8 Tablet (Rs.9900)

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Pros:

  • Free one year subscription to Office 365
  • Powerful processor

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Cons:

  • Practically unknown brand
  • Display isn’t that great

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Notion is a brand that not many have heard of but it is still creating a wave in the tab market. The Cain8 is a premium tab at a budget price and provides the best of Windows at a low cost. With Windows 8 OS on it, it comes with a 1 year Office 365 subscription which is great news for office goers and its display is very good as well. Power comes from an Intel processor that can clock upto 1.83GHz and 1GB of RAM, which makes it great to use while multitasking as well. All in all, this is the complete package and delivers the most bang for buck today.

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Conclusion

So that rounds off the best android tablets in India today. It is quite clear that tabs are getting better and better as technology develops and that with the price falling owing to the huge competition, things only get better for customers. Selecting a budget tab on the basis of needs and requirements is important and the functionality is an issue that needs to be kept in mind while making this decision. But now is the best time to buy that tab that you have been looking for so go ahead and do the same.

 

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