You get what you pay for. The Maylong M-150 proves this to be true. Sold at Walgreens last year for $99, this Android-based tablet has a 7-inch and temperamental touchscreen, a weak 400MHz processor, 256MB RAM, 2GB of storage and WiFi that often sputters. The most egregious deficiency? Battery life between two and three hours on standby -- and a paltry one hour while in use.
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