RayNova RAY1 is a $153 Android 2.2 tablet


Here in the United States, we're used to the price range of $200-$300 for 7" Android tablets. Now, usually these are of lesser quality than their more expensive competition, but for the average user, they get the job done just fine. 

But if you want something even cheaper, you've definitely gotta look elsewhere. Chinese companies often out sub-$200 Android devices, and we've got one here for you to feast your eyes on. This is the RAY1 from RayNova. It's an Android 2.2 tablet, powered by an 800MHz Cortex-A8. It's also got a 2MP camera.

What sets this apart from other cheap tablets is the fact that its 7" 480×800 resolution screen is capacitive. Usually at this price point, we see resistive touch screens, so it's very refreshing to see a tablet with what is considered to be high specs. 

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