Tablet Deals This Month – New Coupons Available

This is a selection of the best deals, dropped prices and Flash sales currently available, this page will be updated to get the best prices possible.

Hot Deals

Editor’s Choice and Lists of Budget Tablets (Updated May 24, 2017)

For Coupon Hunters

  1. Cube Thinker Notebook – $608 (Coupon Code)
    Intel Kabylake, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, USB Type C, Yoga Design
    13.5″ 3K Fully Laminated screen, Dual Band WiFi, 5000mAh
  2. Xiaomi Mi Air 12 – $469 (Coupon Code)
    Intel Skylake, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, USB Type C, USB 3.0
    12.5″ 1080p non-touch screen, Sapphire Glass, AKG Speakers, 5000mAh
  3. Cube Mix Plus – $309 (Coupon Code)
    Kabylake, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD
    10.8″ 1080p screen, Wacom, 4300mAh, Cube i7 Book Reboot
  4. Chuwi Lapbook Apollo – $229 (Coupon Code)
    Apollo lake N3450, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    14.1″ 1080p Matte screen, USB 3.0, Dual Band WiFi, 9000mAh
  5. Jumper Ezbook 3 Pro – $239 (Sale price until May 22)
    Apollo Lake N3450, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    13.3″ 1080p Matte screen, 9600mAh

Highly Recommended Tablets or Notebooks Today (Best price to Performance)

  1. Chuwi Hi13 – $299 (Sale price until May 22)
    Apollo lake N3450, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, USB Type C
    13.5″ 3K not fully laminated screen, 10000mAh, HiPen H3 Stylus

TOP Notebook or Ultrabooks

  1. Xiaomi Mi Air 13 – $669 (Coupon Code)
    Core i5 6200U, Nvidia GT940MX, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, USB Type C, USB 3.0
    13.3″ 1080p non-touch screen, Sapphire Glass, AKG Speakers, 5400mAh
  2. Xiaomi Mi Air 13 Ultimate – $799 (Coupon Code)
    Intel Core i7 6500U, 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 256 GB SSD, USB Type C, USB 3.0
    13.3″ 1080p non-touch screen, AKG Speakers, 5400mAh
  3. Teclast X5 Pro – $489 (Coupon Code)
    KabyLake, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
    12.2″ 1920 x 1200p screen, Dual Band WiFi, 5000mAh, Surface Pro Clone, 5000mAh

Bargain Hunters

  1. Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 – $254 (Sale price until June 1)
    Mediatek MT8176, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, USB Type C, Dual Band WiFi
    7.9″ Retina screen, Android 7.0 Nougat, 6000mAh, iPad Mini Clone
  2. Chuwi Hi12 Z8350 – $219 (Sale price until May 21)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB  eMMC, USB 3.0
    12″ 2K screen, Active Stylus, 11000mAh
  3. Voyo Vbook V2 Ultrabook – $199 (Sale price until May 22)
    Apollo Lake N3450, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    11.6″ 1080p screen, Dual Band WiFi, Yoga Design, 12000mAh
  4. Teclast X3 Plus – $259 (Sale price until May 22)
    Apollo Lake N3450, 6gb RAM, 64gb eMMC
    11.6″ 1080p screen, Surface Pro Clone, 8000mAh
  5. Xiaomi Mijia M360 Electric Scooter – $449 (Use Coupon Code)
    30 kms cruising distance, Foldable, Dual Brake

Ultra Budget Tablet/Ultrabook Choices this Month (Below $200)

  1. Chuwi Hi10 Plus – $168 (Sale price until May 22)
    Atom Z8350, 4gb RAM, 64gb eMMC, Dual OS
    10.1″ 1920 x 1280p screen, 3:2 Aspect ratio, Dual OS, Surface Pro Clone
  2. Chuwi Hi10 Pro – $159 (Coupon Code)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    10.1″ 1920 x 1200p screen, USB Type C, 6500mAh
  3. Cube iPlay10 U83 – $107 (Sale price until May 25)
    Mediatek MT8163, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC
    10.6″ 1080p screen, Dual Band WiFi, Android 6.0, 6000mAh, GPS
  4. FNF iFive Mini 4s – $128 (Sale price until May 22)
    Rockchip RK3288, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC
    7.9″ Retina screen, Dual Band WiFi, Android 6.0, 4800mAh, iPad Mini Clone
  5. DERE D17 – $169 (Coupon Code)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    14.1″ 1080p TFT screen, USB 3.0, 8000mAh
  6. Teclast Tbook 10S – $159 (Sale price until May 22)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    10.1″ 1920 x 1200p screen

TV Boxes, Mini PC’s, Projectors

  1. Xiaomi Mi TV Box – $44 (Coupon Code)
    Mediatek Quad Core, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, Android 6.0
    4K, Dual Band WiFi, Dolby Digital Sound
  2. GPD WIN Gamepad – $364 (Coupon Code)
    Atom Z8750, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    5.5″ 1280 x 720p screen, Dual Band WiFi, 6000mAh
  3. Chuwi Hibox Mini PC – $129 (Sale price until May 22)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    Dual Band WiFi, Dual OS TV Box
  4. Xiaomi Mi 3S TV Box – $59 (Sale price until May 22)
    Amlogic S912, 2 GB RAM, 8 GB eMMC
    4K at 60fps, Dual Band WiFi, Android
  5. DooGee P1 Projector – $149 (Sale price until May 20)
    Amlogic, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB eMMC
    70 Lumens, Android, 4800mAh
  6. Beelink GT1 – $71 (Sale price until May 22)
    Amlogic S912, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC
    4K, Dual Band WiFi, Android
  7. Sunvell T95Z Plus – $58 (Sale price until May 22)
    Amlogic S912, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB eMMC
    Dual Band WiFi, Android
  8. Mini M8S II – $46 (Sale price until May 22)
    Amlogic S905X, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB eMMC, Android
  9. SCISCHION V88 – $24 (Sale price until May 22)
    Rockchip RK3229, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB eMMC, 4K, Android


Older Flagships

  1. Cube i7 Book – $269 (Coupon Code)
    Intel Skylake, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB SSD
    10.8 1080p screen, Dual Band WiFi, Wacom, 4300mAh
  2. Cube i9 – $343 (Coupon Code)
    Intel Skylake, Surface Pro Clone, 4gb RAM, 128gb SSD
    12″ 1920 x 1200p screen, Surface Pro clone

Other Powerful Tablets or Ultrabooks Deals

  1. Lenovo Ideapad 12 – $533
    Intel Skylake, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD
    12.2″ 1920 x 1080p screen
  2. Jumper Ezbook i7 Business – $534
    Intel Core i7 4500U, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD
    14.1″ 1920 x 1080p, 4000mAh

Other Budget Tablets

  1. Jumper Ezbook 2 – $169 (Sale price until May 22)
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    14″ 1920 x 1080p screen, 10000mAh
  2. Jumper Ezbook 3 – $199 (Sale price until May 22)
    Apollo Lake N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    14.1″ 1080p Matte screen, 9000mAh
  3. Cube iWork1x – $221
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    11.6″ 1920 x 1080p screen, 8500mAh
  4. Chuwi Hibook Pro – $215
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    10.1″  2560 x 1600p screen, 8000mAh
  5. JDTabl J01 – $277
    Mediatek MT8173, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Flyme OS
    7.9″ Retina screen, Dual Band WiFi, Harman Kardon Speakers
  6. Cube iWork10 Flagship Z8350 – $187
    Atom Z8350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    10.1″ 1920 x 1080p screen, Active Stylus, 7000mAh, USB Type C
  7. Cube iWork 11 Stylus – $229
    Atom Z8300, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Dual OS
    10.6″ 1920 x 1080p screen, 8600mAh, Wacom Stylus
  8. Teclast Tbook 16 Power – $308
    Atom Z8750, 8 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    11.6″ 1080p screen, Surface Pro Clone)

Ultra Budget Choices:

  1. Cube iWork8 Air – $110
    Atom Z8350, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC
    8.0″ 1920 x 1200p screen, 3500mAh, Dual OS

Older Tablets 2016

  1. Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Windows – $269
    Atom Z8500, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC
    7.9″ Retina, Dual Band WiFi, iPad Mini Clone – $269

TV Boxes, Mini PC’s

  1. Xiaomi Mi TV – $279
    Mstar 6A928, 2 GB RAM, 8 GB eMMC
    MIUI, Dolby Audio, Dual Band WiFi

This article has 45 Comments

  1. How about Tablets of Huawei/Honor? You did’nt write about them. I have interest on Huawei MediaPad M2 for example. I’m looking for powerful Android-Gaming Tablet (3 or better 4GB RAM, 32 or better 64GB ROM, upgradeable Android 5.0 or better 5.1/6, microSD Slot maybe) with 8″- 10″ Display. Xiaomi MiPad 2 is nice, but just 2GB RAM 🙁

    1. Hello Cerberus,

      Yes the Huawei Tablet is nuce but is far too expensive, competes with Apple in terms with pricing. Also the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2, as far as the Windows version goes, it is good in terms of performance better than the Teclast X98 Pro but not really a powerhouse tablet. Pure gaming tablets are unfortunately not the norm as or recent but more towards convertible tablets or 2 in 1 tablets and thus are more incline into laptops. Most Tablets now feature Windows 10, and in terms of performance, the Teclast X2 Pro, Cube i7 Stylus, Teclast X3 Pro and the Cube i9 offer significant performance boost.

      Best Regards,

  2. I prefer Android, because of diversity on Play Store etc. Dual Boot is an interesting option. But there’s no good tablets with latest Android for gaming for now, I think. 10″ is way too big to handle for a gaming tablet.

    1. Hello cerberus,

      The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 is quite good, it’s just 7.9 inches, good build quality, screen, battery life, although it is not that powerful compared to the Teclast X3 Pro or the Cube i9. But it is cheaper

      Best Regards,

  3. which one better between chuwi hi8 pro and teclast x80 pro?

    i order teclast previously. but realized hi8 pro got metal frame, usb c, and bit bigger battery and a bit better display it seems. does i made bad purchase perhaps? though i got it at 78$ after discount

    1. Hello Wiid,

      The Teclast X80 Pro/Power are actually similar tablets, with a few design changes of course for the Teclast X80 Power. And yes, it does lack USB Type C which is a bummer. In terms of pricing though, i would go for the Chuwi Hi8 Pro, the slightly bigger battery and USB Type C support seems to be a great feature to have especially at the price point.

      Best Regards,

  4. Hi, just wondering that when will there be sales for Cube i7 Stylus. Couldn’t make it on the last sales on GearBest…btw, does GearBest support shipment to Malaysia? I have not manage to search any results regarding that :/

  5. “Teclast X98 Pro
    “Today’s Best Seller” $214 July 19
    1st Cherry Trail Tablet, 9.7″ Retina
    Cherry X7-Z8700, 4 GB, Reboot”

    Is there a new model with the X7-Z8700? I only see listings for the X5-Z8500.

  6. I’m from France and i look for a good tablet :
    – dual os
    – good perf in game
    – movies and internet
    – price under 200€ as possible

    I hesitate greatly between teclast, chuwi and cube… (but i don’t like 9.7 inch)

    1. Hello Gilles,

      1. What game do you usually play? In What OS, Android and Windows
      2. Are you interested on 8.0 and below sizes?

      Best Regards,

      1. Hi Vincent.

        Games like Counter Strike, wow, low graphic details games in general.
        8 inch why not, but i look lot of movies, i think 10.1 inch is better for movies.

        Best regards

        1. Hello Gilles,

          Answers to your queries:
          1. Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300/8500/8700 chipsets are good enough for Counterstrike, i haven’t tested it on Wow but I know it barely runs Dota 2 and is a bit more playable on LOL. Generals I think doesn’t support Windows 10, so didn’t test it. But if your looking for gaming tablets, I think I would go for Core M Skylake Chipsets or the later generation Core M Tablets: But there’s a catch, they don’t support Dual OS, only Windows 10.

          All the tablets above have better gaming performance than any Atom Chipset based tablets.
          Also, if you want to have a budget tablet Dual OS: may i Suggest:
          Teclast X80 Pro/Power – intel atom, sub$100 tablet good enough for casual use and gaming (low to moderate fps)
          Chuwi Hi8 Pro (USB Type C) – intel atom Sub$100, also good enough for low to moderate gaming

          Hope this helps,

          Best Regards,

  7. I want to ask you what is dual OS tablet which is the best for performance and build Quality.. I m interest for core m3 tablet But those Only for Windows..
    The tablet I meant is big battery life, fast and convenience to Type

    1. Hello Meddy,

      In terms of Core M based tablets, the Cube i9 is a good choice but is a bit pricy and is powered by the new Skylake Chipset.
      Older models (last year), like the Cube i7 Stylus supports Wacom and is good for both Productivity and Games
      For Dual OS (good for productivity and casual stuffs)
      Cube iWork11 Stylus – supports Wacom Stylus

      Best Regards,

        1. Hello Meddy

          Not really, about the same, just depends on the specs. In terms of build quality, I have good experience with Teclast, Xiaomi and Cube

          Best Regards,

          1. Thank you for your reply.. From your opinion the best dual boots tablet is cube iwork it correct

          2. Hello Meddy,

            Actually there are a lot of but I wanted Wacom stylus support. By the way, you can also pick Cube iWork 10 Flagship (only supports Active Stylus) Also you choose the new (Teclast X98 Plus 2 )
            Teclast Tbook 10 (because of the big battery)

            Best Regards,

  8. Hi Vince, sorry for bother you, but I just watch your reviews of the Cube i7 Stylus, and see that´s good for PS and Drawing in general (I need it for drawing comics). But, the time pass, and i’m stuck between this, and the cheaper Cube iWork11 Stylus, that has less power, but lasts longer the battery life, and is a lot cheaper.
    My question is…you think that I can do the same things in PS and drawing apps without lag or hassles on the iWork11? And if the answer is no…do you know others than this two, like the Teclast and other chinese brands? I did research for Drawing, dual OS, and retina display, but it’s impossible I think do so many things together jaja (some artists say that 256 pressure levels is not THAT different from 1024, so I can lower to 256 stylus type). Thanks A LOT in advance! 🙂

    1. Hello Ale,

      I am not an editor or photo editor by profession, so I dont use PS a lot. But from experience, 256 works a lot like the 1024 especially the one with palmar rejection. The Cube iWork11 is good for working with PS but I doubt it will not lag, think that it only has Atom on it. So it has to process a lot especially bigger images (files). It will run PS no issues at all, but with regards to overall performance, Atom is an Atom, performance is slower compared to Skylake. The Cube i7 Zealot or Book 2 is available and cheaper

      Best Regards,

      1. Many, many thanks Vincent! You really rocks :D. You know any tablet with 256 levels and palm rejection? Especially with Dual OS? It seems that if I want to have a good tablet with Dual OS, bye bye to wacom, right? It’s a shame that doesn’t exist a Teclast X98 with wacom tech, or on that can use stylus with palm rejection :(. I’m in love with the ones with iPad style and 2k retina display. Doesn’t exist that, right?

  9. so vincent, the cheapest tablet with intel m skylake (or comparable performance) is cube i7 stylus zealot at this time? or is there any other recommended tablet with similiar performance?

    i want tablet that is powerful enough to exchange my laptop for occasional games but not too expensive :v

    1. Hello Herman,

      At the moment? yes, it is the cheapest tablet to offer Core M3 Skylake. Another good thing is that it supports Wacom stylus

      Best Regards,

  10. Hello again Vincent . When I was about to click the buy button with x98 Teclast Cube Plus II and I7 Zealot with the discounts that have both, I discovered the Chuwi Hi12 – 3:2 that had not seen before. If it were not for the z8300 , it would be the perfect tablet I’m looking for , as it has palm rejection and supports 256 stylus pressure .
     My question before buying one is definitely…has the same “fluidity” that the x98 Plus II? I know it will not be able to run well Photoshop from it, as with the Cube I7 Zealot, but the format 16:9 is horrendous for use reading and navigation today :(, and it’s two inches smaller. Format 3:2, very similar to the 4:3 for reading and navigation, truth is also present smaller black bars on 4:3 with videos as well.
     I promise this is the last time to bother you with my questions haha. Really you are the only one who can help me before buying :(.

    1. Hello Ale,

      The Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 isn’t really a powerhouse chip. Although Photoshop would work fine with the Chuwi Hi12 with Active Stylus (palm rejection support). It works great on Android, no slowdowns or issues with performance. But it does not handle Windows 10 very well, as with most Atom powered tablets. If you want performance, then go for Cube i7 Book 2 or Zealot. But if you are not a heavy user, then the Chuwi Hi12 is also a good choice.

      Best Regards,

      1. Thanks so much for response so quickly! :D. I think that te Chuwi it’s a middle good step between the Teclast x98 Plus II and the Cube I7 Zealot. In the beginning, I was sure for the Cube I7, but the aspect ratio kill it for me :(. I really need it to draw, but also for casual use (like navigate, reading a lot and some movies/series viewing) and for that, is the worse aspect ratio (except for movies haha). It’s a shame that any Tablet with 4:3 or 3:2 has not the power of the I7, I9, etc 🙁

        Thanks again so so much for your help. You really are the best Vincent! 🙂

          1. Yeah, I know that! But was the perfect tablet for general use, while the Cube I7 Zealot was the perfect for Photoshop and Windows.
            For that reason, I say that the Chuwi Hi12 it’s a good middle step between the two, right? Is there any other tablet with the aspect ratio of the Chuwi (3:2 or 4:3) and the power of the Cube I7/I9? Not, right?

  11. Really, really thanks so much for all your help. It’s so good when someone like you is really passionate for this world and help the people like this :).

    Have a good day Vincent! (From Argentina! :D)

  12. Hello Vincent. i have been keeping an eye in your site for a few months waiting to buy a cheap good tablet. and I think its finaly time to do so.

    Of the promotions we have this month at gearbest EU, i selected these 3 sub 200 euros. which would you consider a better purchase?

    chuwi hibook pro 200euros (the model with 2560 x 1600 resolution but z8300 core and WITHOUT keyboard)

    chuwi hi10 pro 200euros (z8350 WITH keyboard)

    cube iwork1x 195 euros (Z8350 WITHOUT keyboard)

    Thank you for your review, they rule!

    1. Hello Joao,

      Go for the Chuwi Hi10 Pro with Keyboard, it offers basically the same performance with the Cube iWork1x. Do you really need the Retina Display?

      Best Regards,

      1. I really don’t. But I was looking into it because of the laminated display (I have a Samsung tablet which I want to replace that I use mainly to watch YouTube and twitch) and the bigger battery (battery being one important factor for my purchase) but I also know bigger doesn’t always mean longer mainly because the processor on the others is more efficient, right? Thank you very much for your fast answer. I’m more and more inclined to buy the hi10 pro with keyboard

          1. wow thanks again for the fast answer, is there an affiliate link you can provide or something like that, i would like to buy it through you because after all it was you who made me purchase it.

  13. Hello sir,
    Please help me choose a 10 inch tablet mainly for eBook reading and video playing.
    Kindly suggest a tab with a clear and sharp screen and preferably full sized USB 3.0 port.
    Masud A.

    1. Hello Masud,

      For the price, the closes I can recommend is the Xiaomi Mipad 2 (16 gb version at $164 – current pricing).
      or the Chuwi Hi10 Pro (at $179 with keyboard already), 10.1 inches and 1080p screen.

      The Xaomi Mi Pad 2 has awesome speakers and Retina Screen and best for Multimedia use, eBooks, but remember it is only 7.9 inches similar to the Apple iPad Mini.

      Best Regards,

      1. Thanks for the prompt reply. I think chuwi hi10 pro suits my needs, as mipad 2 is only 7.9 inches.
        I was also wondering about the new jumper m6 ezpad with a full size USB 3.0 and cheaper price but it is heavier at 600 g and I am not sure about the build quality of jumper tablet PCs as the reviews of its products are not encouraging. What do you think ?

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