Black Friday 2012 is almost upon us, and it appears that Kmart is once again luring consumers with dirt cheap Android products. Among the offerings is a 7-inch ICS tablet for a mere $40, and a 4.3-inch ICS based personal media player for $49. It’s important to note that these are budget devices from relatively unknown manufacturers, but it’s hard to ignore an Android 4.0 tablet for $40. Did I mention it actually has a 1.2GHz processor?
If you’re looking for a Galaxy Tab or Asus Transformer, I’m afraid you’ll have to shop elsewhere, as these Black Friday tablets aren’t exactly household names. Check the full list of Android based devices for sale:
These budget gadgets from Chinese manufactures don’t exactly have the best track record. However, if you want an Android device on Black Friday and want to save some serious cash, Kmart has you covered. Make sure you show up early, as each store will have a minimum of 6 in stock.
Like this post? Share it!
I seriously thought K Mart went out of business years ago.
they filed chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in ’02, pulled out of that in near record time, bought sears, in 2009 dropped martha stewart, and in 2011 started closing the lowest performing stores last year, into this year…
Another tablet manufacturer is emerging with performance-value Android tablets with some great features – Ainol Electronics — with one model introduced this month, the Novo 7 Flame – priced at $189 at a U.S. site called TabletSprint – a 7″ 32GB tablet with a lot more quality features than Nexus 7 including a 1280×800 high resolution screen, MicroSD, HDMI, 2 quality cameras and more… Also available is the “World’s 1st” $99 Dual Core “Performance” tablet — If you’re not familar with Ainol Electronics – they won runner-up in CES / CNET’s 2012 “Best Tablet of the Year” Award — And will also have two new Hi-Res 10 Inch tablets coming out, one of which is a Quad Core with a 1920×1200 Liquid Crystal display (like Apple’s Retina screen) for around $275 –Impressive – the only site that seems to offer them right now in the US is TabletSprint –
You could have tried a little bit to not make it sound like you work for them, just saying. I know it’s just probably copy pasted from a website, but yeesh.
lol … you know!
Anyone know if this has Play Store access?
Probably not for $40.00 but I hear you can access amazon app store and get the same apps. I don’t know how true that is.