There is plenty of Android tablets on the market and as disgussed before most sub 100 euro tabs just dont do it,they are just a waste of money and more hassle than they are worth and for me a steer clear buy even though they are cheap and cheerful they will quite honestly irritate you in the end.
Windows tablets are now catching up on with several types available but for the money again they fall into the same issue with Android tablets again you could say its you get what you pay for but there is some both in the Android world and Windows.
The Linx series tablets are newish enough but seem to be getting popular due to the build quality and options available on them such as HDMI,something you do not see on many tablets today..
The Linx tablet line have decent specs all round and a good quality build which give them a good headstart over other tablets in the sub €120 price range.
On the Linx 7 which we will look at today we have the following.
12 month subscription to Office 365,Windows 8.1 OS,1GB RAM,7 INCH IPS TFT LCD DISPLAY,2 MP FRONT CAMERA,2MP REAR CAMERA,HDMI OUTPUT,43 GB INTERNAL STORAGE,MICRO SD SUPPORT,3,500 MAH BATTERY,BLUETOOTH,WIFI.
Firstly the 2 MP camera is poor but tablets are not really for taking pictures either but you have a camera there just in case,also the 1GB RAM is not impressive but plenty for running tasks,Battery is quite good but again the persons usage will again yeild different results,overall its battery life is quite good..So far the tablet seems to run quite smooth and fast with only the wifi causing issues with connection it seems to loose connection quite often so hopefully this will be sorted out soon enough with an update,others have reported the same issue..
Check out the video below and if you have any questions just ask.