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Daily Deal: 7-Inch Pandigital Android Tablet for $67

Are you interested in getting the cheapest tablet money can buy, and  you can’t convince yourself to spend the $329 on an iPad Mini or the $199 on a Nexus 7? You can go even cheaper with something like this Pandigital Android Tablet, which happens to be on sale for $66.95.

The Pandigital 72-70FW Tablet Computer originally listed for $299.99, but now that has been slashed all the way down by a whopping 78%. Of course, you can’t expect to get something quite as good as what is offered by the top-tier brands, but this is way cheaper and could be almost as useful.

It’s a 7-inch 600×800 pixel display on here, along with 1GB of internal memory, SD card slot for up to 32GB of additional storage, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, some version of Google Android and an ARM processor. It won’t floor you, nor am I sure it even has access to the official Google Play Store, but this is about as cheap as it gets.

Find the Pandigital 7-inch Android tablet on Amazon.com for $67, including free super saver shipping.

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  1. HERE’S A MUCH BETTER DEAL – on a brand new tablet that launched this week – the “World’s 1st” $99 Dual Core “Performance” tablet — by Ainol Electronics — If you’re not familar with Ainol – they won runner-up in CES / CNET’s 2012 “Best Tablet of the Year” Award and the new Legend 7″ tablet has a 2nd Gen Dual Core Processor, a Micro SD card slot a 820×600 IPS 5-Pt Touch display and much more for $99 at a site called TabletSprint –

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