There are plenty of budget tablets to go around, but most of the time the ones that are priced at the $100 mark tend to be smaller in size, usually in the 7” variety in an effort to reduce costs. However if you’re living in China and you’re in the market for a budget 10” tablet, then Shenzhen YongXiang might have such a device for you.
The tablet sports a 10” 1024×600 display with an Amlogic 8726-M3 second-generation Cortex A9 processor on board clocked at 1GHz with 1GB of memory on board. It will feature a variety of connectivity options, such as HDMI, standard USB, mini USB and will sport a front-facing camera.
Best of all it will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich preloaded, but given its availability in China, access to the Google’s Android Market will probably not be featured. If you’re in China and you’re looking to pick this tablet up for yourself, expect to pay a rather affordable $111 for it.