The biggest problems with tablets is that they're too expensive and people don't really need them, they're a luxury product. Gemeni Devices has recognised that people want cheap tablets but want them to be stylish too, so they've come with a set of their own Android tablets, the JoyTab's.
Each coming in either 7, 8 or 10-inch variations to suit everyone. They will all also run the latest version of Android, 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), something which the majority of cheap tablets don't have.
Specs for the 7-inch:
The 7-inch will cost £129.99, will come equipped with a 1Ghz processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, MicroSD card slot, 800x480 resolution, front facing camera and even a HDMI port. It'll be 12.8mm thin and will weight 360 grams.
Specs for the 8-inch:
The 8-imch will cost £149.99, will come equipped with a 1.2Ghz processor, internal memory of 8GB, 800x600 resolution and everything else is the same as the 7-inch model. It'll also 10.7mm thin and weigh 500g grams.
Specs for the 10-inch:
The 10-inch gets quite a bit of an upgrade. It'll cost £199.99, comes equipped with a dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, 1024x786 resolution and a rear camera. It also has features from the 7-inch and 8-inch model such as the MicroSD card slot. It's 9.8mm thin and weighs 618 grams.
The 10-inch tablet sounds very promising and easily beats most other tablets at its price range. With no word on when the Kindle Fire will be coming to the UK, these are probably the next best in terms of pricing and value for money. No word on when they will be released yet.