Walmart is having a clearance blowout sale, but there is a hidden deal. Pick up this hidden 7” Android 4.4 Tablet with Dual Cameras and 8GB for only $24!
I think almost everyone can find a use for a tablet these days. I was originally going to tell you about a great deal on this 7” Android tablet with only one camera on clearance today, but along the way found an even sweeter deal! The 7” Android 4.4 with dual cameras comes with just a little bit more in the tech specs.
- 8 GB memory that is expandable to 32 GB via microSD card
- 512M Ram
- Screen resolution of 1024*600 HD
- Running Android 4.4 OS - Kit Kat
- Front and rear facing cameras
- Google certified
- Full access to the Google Play Store and apps
- 12-month warranty
So looking at this tablet, do not expect it to hold up to the heavy use of an adult or teenager. There are many reasons to consider a cheap tablet such as the 7” Android dual camera tablet. Here are a few ideas that I had for this tablet.
- Kid tablet for basic games
- Hold your recipes digitally without dripping on your phone
- YouTube viewer
- Digital Picture Frame
- Selfie station for a party
- Amazing swag gifts for a party (invite me!)
I already mentioned that this is a better deal than the other Android tablet on clearance. Let’s check out some similar tablets on the market elsewhere. I found a Double Power 7-Inch Android 4.1 Dual Core Tablet with 8GB of memory and only a front facing camera at Amazon.ca on sale for $55.99. At BestBuy.ca, the most inexpensive tablet I could find was the D2 Pad 8 GB tablet also running Kit Kat. This tablet will set you back $70.89. Over at Staples.ca, I found the 7” Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite that also has 8GB of ram but runs Jelly Bean. For this tablet, you will pay $129.92 on sale.
At this price for electronics, reviews are never going to be perfect. I did see this tablet carries a three out of a five-star review. Multiple users talk about how the tablet does a great job for some of the low use suggestions I mention above. There are of course some people frustrated it is slow, but if you upgrade the memory slot it will help. Here is one happy grandma keeping her grandkids entertained.
Sadly, there is no more free shipping unless you spend a minimum of $50. This item also does not qualify for free shipping to a Canadian Post stop, I am guessing because it is electronic. Shipping to most locations is a flat rate of $4.95. You also have the option of filling your cart to the $50 minimum to receive completely free shipping.
Snag this secret deal now. Once the word gets out, I bet these tablets will be flying out the door.