Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr What’s up, guys? I hope your college days are passing pretty will with incredible grades! It’s an inevitable fact that tablets are becoming more and more popular. People are beginning to prefer tablets to laptops. Tablets are portable and things could be done on the go. With the increasing demand, advancement in tablet industry has also peaked up. Picking a perfect one is difficult, that is why we have come up with top 10 world class best tablet for college students on a budget. These tablets aren’t priced too much and are designed in a way to suffice all the needs possessed by a college student. Kindly note: Please do buy the devices from the link given on the site. You wouldn’t be charged extra but we would receive a small commission for the work. In some cases, you will also get a discount if you do follow the links to respective merchant stores. So, let’s begin! Top 10 best tablet for college students on a budget NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1 Like it’s predecessor NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1 borrows the same sleek and glossy finish with an elegant design. The primary function of these tablets is gaming (which college students must be pretty interested in). Although NVIDIA has decided not to enclose stylus, this time, they have managed to score the price tag pretty well down. Also, the Shield is the first tablet which is able to stream games from your PC via Nvidia grid – which is a cloud-based gaming service. Price: $199 Specs: 8.0 inch LCD display 2 GB RAM 2 GHz’s of Quad-core NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor 16 GB onboard storage 5 MP front, 5 MP rear camera Android 6.0 Marshmallow Pros: Amazing Price tag. Beautiful Screen Incredible game store Glossy design Cons: No USB cables included 2. Apple iPad Mini tablet The first generation of Apple’s Mini tablet continues to be one the best budget tablets out there. Apple’s ecosystem and app database is something that will never disappoint you. Pros: Outstanding build quality Un-parallel app database Good camera Reduced glare on screen Cons: Performance issues ASUS ZenPad S 8.0 ZenPads are undoubtedly one of the best in class entry level tablets and S8.0 is no alien to the rule. Price: $199 Specs: 8.0 inch LCD display 2/4 GB RAM 8 GHz’s Quad-core Intel Atom Processor 16/32/64 GB onboard storage 8 MP rear, 5 MP front camera Android 5.0 Lollipop Pros: Sharp display Good processor USB-C Affordable Cons: Full of Bloat-ware Average battery life Dell Venue 8 32GB The Dell’s version of iPad is sure to come in the list of best tablet for college students on a budget. Price: $144 Specs: 8.0-inch Display 2 GB RAM 2.0 GHz’s Dual-Core Intel Atom Processor 5 MP front, 2 MP rear camera 16/32 GB onboard storage Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Pros: Excellent Speaker Simple yet elegant design Reasonable price tag Cons: Pathetic camera Ambiguous display Nexus 9 Nexus 9 is a well-built android tablet with a whopping beautiful 9-inch screen and latest of android. Price: around $299(keeps on fluctuating) Specs: 9-inch screen 2 GB RAM 3 GHz’s Dual-core Nvidia Tegra K1 processor 16/32 GB onboard storage 8 MP rear, 1.6 MP front camera Android 5.0 Lollipop (upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow) Pros: Excellent Processor Latest of Android Cons: Poor camera Apple iPad mini 2 retina tablet The 2013 edition of Apple’s mini-series continues to be one of the best tablets out there. Price: $213 Specs: 9-inch screen 1 GB RAM 3 GHz’s Dual-core Apple A7 processor 5 MP front, 1.2 MP rear camera iOS 7 (upgradable to iOS 10) Pros: A7 processor Enhanced Wi-Fi and LTE support Excellent resolution Cons: Not easy to hold in single hand You may also like: Meet Ankit Srivastava : The person who grossed $45,000 from his Android app Nexus 7 (2013) The 2013 nexus tablet is still to be one of the most standard small screen affordable tablets out there. Price: $299 Specs: 7.0 inch LCD display 2 GB RAM 5GHz’s Quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor 16/32 GB onboard storage 5MP rear, 1.2MP front camera Android 6.0 Marshmallow Pros: Fast Excellent battery life Well Built Cons: None. Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 (8 inches) The Lenovo Tab 3 (8 inch) is a solid tablet for starters that has a good battery life. Price: $169 Specs: 8.0 inch LCD display 1 GB RAM 1 GHz’s Snapdragon 212 processor 16 GB onboard storage 8 MP camera (rotating) Android 5.1 Lollipop Pros: Serviceable design Good Camera Micro SD slot Long battery life Cons: Regular display Lenovo Tab 2 A8 Tab 2 A8 is yet another entry-level tablet from Lenovo with a solid battery life and worthy price line. Price: $159(16 GB) Specs: 8.0 inch LCD Display 1 GB RAM 3 GHz’s Quad-core Mediatek processor 8/16 GB onboard storage 5MP front, 2 MP rear camera Android 5.0 Lollipop Pros: Fantastic battery Affordable Bright and colorful screen Cons: Lethargic performance 10. Amazon Fire Tablet Talk about a budget and this tablet is sure to pop up. With just $50 Amazon has been able to provide things that most brands don’t even go near. Price: $50 Specs: 7inch LCD display 1 GB RAM 2 GHz’s Quad-core processor 8 GB onboard storage 2 MP rear, VGA front camera Pros: Sharp display Streamlined UI Media library Full access to amazon’s contents Cons: Absence of Google Play Store Amazon’s email and calendar app is no match to Google’s. Lock-screen Ads Have you decided which tablet are you going to pick out of the list of top 10 best tablet for college students on a budget? Tell us which one did you pick and why? Happy shopping!