11 Best Tablets under 6k – 7k – 8k in India – Easy on the Pocket, High on Performance

Tablets are growing constantly in terms of popularity and are a great value addition for those who need something on the go, but with a good screen size and plenty of capabilities. They are not only good for handling official work like taking care of emails, they can be used for watching movies or even for casual gaming making them an overall package and an asset to own.

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There are plenty of tablets available today but the best tablets in India are the ones that provide great features and still come at affordable prices. There are plenty available in the market but let’s have a look at best tablets under Rs.8000 to better understand and decide what works for markets here.

List of Best Tablets Between 6000 Rupees to 7k, 8k

 

Lenovo A7-30 (Rs.6799)

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Pros:

  • Good display
  • Fast processor
  • Good battery life

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Cons:

  • Average Camera

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Lenovo has been a brand that has always been very involved in the tab market and the A7-30 is a step in the right direction for them.

With a 1024X600 pixel  7-inch display, the tab packs quite a punch and also comes with a 1.3 GHz processor and 1GB of RAM making most things a breeze on it. Pity that the camera isn’t great, which stops it from reaching its true potential.

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However, that apart this is a viable option to go for as it is low on cost but high on effectiveness.

HCL ME Connect V3 Tablet ( 4GB, WiFi, Voice Calling) (Rs.6999)

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Pros:

  • Good camera
  • Performance is quick and effective

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Cons:

  • Internal storage is low
  • Software appears a bit dated

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The ME Connect V3 from HCL comes with a well performing 1.2 GHz dual core processor and 1GB DDR3 RAM which makes it smooth and lag free. It also has a 3.2MP primary camera which is great for taking pictures and at its price is easily among the better tabs available.

While it doesn’t have the best software and the internal storage is on the lower side, this is still a fairly good option to go for.

Micromax Funbook P365 Tablet (WiFi, 3G via Dongle) (Rs.6000)

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Pros:

  • Good display
  • Decent Camera

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Cons:

  • Average processor
  • Low internal storage

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Micromax has been very effective when it comes to making a mark in the low cost tab segment and the Funbook P365 is one of the best examples of how it has managed to capture the attention of the youth in particular. With a good design and a decent processor, the tab comes with plenty of functionality and makes it very popular today.

Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth 2 (Rs.6749)

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 Pros:

  • Good primary camera
  • 1GB RAM

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Cons:

  • Processor is average at best
  • Secondary camera is very bad

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Another up and coming brand these days is Huawei. It has a good line up of tabs and smartphones and the MediaPad 7 Youth 2 is one that will appeal to many. The 3MP primary camera is good for taking photos and the 1.2 GHz quad core processor is ok and does a decent enough job.

With expandable memory and a good enough display, this is a great choice for a budget tab today.

Asus Fonepad 7 2014 FE170CG (Rs.7499)

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 Pros:

  • Smooth processing
  • Great design

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Cons:

  • Software is not the best
  • Poor camera

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The Fonepad 7 from Asus is a phone that delivers premium quality at a low price. It comes with a smooth Intel Atom processor with 1GB of RAM that makes work on it quite fast and runs various applications easily. The design is great and a premium look and feel is what the tab offers. The let down though is the camera which is a 2MP primary and a 0.3MP front facing camera.

However, overall, once you get used to its ZenUI, this is a great tab to use and is packed with features and functionalities making it an automatic choice for a budget option.

iBall Slide 3G 7345Q-800 (Rs.8100)

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Pros:

  • Good camera
  • Decent battery life

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Cons:

  • Average processor
  • Display is not the best

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The iBall slide is another good option when it comes to choosing a tab on a budget as it comes with good specifications and works extremely well for its price. One of the only tabs in this segment to have a quad core processor, the camera too on it is a very good 5MP primary and 2MP secondary one. With a decent 3000 MAh of battery life, this is good for basic work and functions and a formidable tab in the market today.

Swipe MTV Slash 4x (Rs.7349)

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Pros:

  • Decent display
  • Processing speed is fairly good

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Cons:

  • Low storage
  • Below average camera

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Lesser known as a brand, the Swipe MTV Slash 4x makes up for that and more with its great specifications and performance. Powered by a 1.3 GHz processor that comes with 1GB of RAM, the tab is fast and efficient and gets things done in a jiffy. Gaming is good but overall the graphics are average. The camera too isn’t the best but for its price this is a good option to go for as it comes packed with features and works like a charm.

Lenovo Idea Tab A1000 (Rs.6767)

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Pros:

  • Good Processing power
  • Decent Display

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Cons:

  • Poor camera
  • Low internal storage

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Another Lenovo on the list, the Idea Tab A1000 has been around for quite a while and has constantly been growing in terms of popularity. With a good 1024×600 pixel 7-inch display, the tablet comes with a 1.2 GHz processor and 1GB of RAM which make it good for multi tasking and basic work. The speakers on the tab are quite good as well with the battery life ensuring that you can go on for house on it. However, internal storage is quite low meaning that some apps will have to be sacrificed, but overall the phone works quite well and is great value for money for the price it is being sold at now.

 

HP 7 Voice Tab (Rs.8000)

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Pros:

  • Good processor
  • Excellent camera
  • Up to date software

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Cons:

  • Average battery life
  • No dual SIM facility

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HP has traditionally been a force to reckon with when it comes to computing so its little surprise then that their offering for tablets too is right up there with the best. The HP 7 Voice tab too comes with HP quality and class which includes a 1.3 GHz processor backed with 1GB of RAM making it great to work on. The tab also runs the updated Android 4.4.2 KitKat which makes it among the leaders in terms of software as well. The internal storage is quite good and ensures that you can keep plenty of data on your device and is expandable up to 32 GB as well. With good connectivity options and a svelte design, this tab is definitely a winner as it comes with great specs, features and the HP tag.

Micromax Canvas Tab P470 (Rs.7499)

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Pros:

  • Tons of pre loaded languages
  • Good battery life

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Cons:

  • Average screen
  • Speaker quality is poor

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Micromax has been making the right noises in the tablet segment and the Canvas Tab P470 proves the brand’s worth in the market. Amazingly customisable, the tab comes with as many as 21 languages pre loaded onto it and it Wi-Fi plus 3G connectivity ensure that you always stay connected. Internet browsing is seamless on the device which comes with a 1.3 GHz processor powered by 1GB of RAM and runs the 4.4.2 Kit Kat version of Android like a charm. The 7 inch TFT display too is quite good with nice colours and makes for a watchable experience.

The 5MP back camera and 0.3MP front camera are adequate for taking decent pictures and overall this tablet is winner for its versatility as well as pricing which is extremely affordable. Highly recommended for one and all.

Conclusion:

With there being so many options in the market, making a decision about which tab suits you best is difficult to make. With so many companies vying to make the best tablets in India, it is only understandable that competition is immense.

Selecting and making a choice is extremely difficult in such a situation but it’s a good thing that you now have a list of the best tablets under Rs.8000 to choose from. While each company has something to offer and each model comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, it is up to the customer to select what’s best for them and make a decision accordingly.

With so many choices, it is easy to pick one to your liking and stick with it on a budget and this can help fulfil all your needs and requirements. Specs, looks, features or just the design, there is an option for everything. All you need to do now is loosen your purse strings a bit and go for what suits you best.

 

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