There are a lot of very cheap touchscreen tablets on the market. Hundreds of them, in fact, and all of them are running something Android. So what kind of use can you get out of one of these dirt cheap tablets? Well, if you’re looking for a use for the $38 Datawind Ubislate 7Ci, there’s a lot of fun uses there. It’s not a very powerful tablet, but when you need a great digital clock, it’s a great choice. Here are 12 uses for a cheap touchscreen tablet.
I like the idea of using the tablet as a bedside clock, even if it is a bit expensive for a bedside clock. I like the idea of using it as a digital picture frame, since those are pretty pricey even at this stage of development. Even if it’s not the best tablet in the world, so long as it can connect to the Internet and has some internal storage, you can find a use for it. Maybe mount it to the kitchen cabinet and use it as a digital recipe storage device? The cheaper the better, and the cheaper, the more uses you can find for it.
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