Allgo Stamp is a $50 Android Tablet


Indian manufacturer Allgo is set to tempt all Android lovers with their latest offering, not so much for its specs or features but rather for the price that will make it a hard deal to turn down regardless of what you get in return. For just $50, Allgo is offering the Stamp featuring Android packed behind a 7-inch resistive touch screen with a 480×800 resolution.

It doesn’t get much better from there. Aside from an antiquated resistive screen in a world chock full of capacitive displays, the Android version sits at 1.6, and any sort of update we would file as unlikely given the pricing and a trend for most low-end tablets to remain stuck with the OS they shipped with. The tablet will be showed off at IFA in Berlin this September.

[via IntoMobile]

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  1. Will be glad when the wave of crappy tablets are over. I don’t think I’ve seen on yet that has at least 512mb of ram.

  2. for $50 sign me up for a couple. Christmas presents for kids.

  3. When are we going to see some Tablets from a name brand that I recognize? Dell is the only one being tossed around that I have even heard of.

  4. Toshiba, Acer, Samsung, HP(RIP), I think those are well recognized names where I am from.

  5. My car dock cost more than this thing

  6. to @timmyjoe42 this tablet is a known brand and minus the resistive it runs tight I own one an love it.

  7. “Let me try to view the photographs.”

  8. wow that took forever to boot. even for $50 it probably isnt worth it. once we see specs we can make a better judgement. android 1.6 as usual for these low end devices. maybe a dev will port CM6

  9. I hear about this tablet 2 weeks ago. It’s a competition for that super-cheap-give-all-the-kids-of-the-world-a-laptop program from a few years ago. So, I think it’s pretty cool that they came up with a unit that is half the price of the laptop program. Other than that, no, it’s not a serious contender for the Android Power-User. It has its very own niche.

  10. Wow. For $50 I can knowingly purchase disappointment. :\

  11. This is very impressive. Hardware and software under $50. This remind me of the Penn State version of “PC” in 1981 which became the “Apple”. Cannot wait to see the evolution of this.
    Thanks a lot for making the computing world more accessible to all human and helping make our future more “Green”. Continue the excellent work.

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