Microsoft's strategy to combat low-priced Android devices appears to be paying off as vendors are now pushing down on the floor to create ridiculously low priced Windows tablets. The MOMO7W? is a 7 inch Windows 8.1 tablet and it costs about $48 (299 yuan).
The device, which comes from China (to no surprise), is right at the bottom of the low-end tablets and features a 7-inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1GB of RAM. 16GB, HDMI out and SD card slot, and is powered by an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor.
Just like the other entry level tablets, this one comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 which means for less than the price of a stand-alone sub, you can get a tablet too. Microsoft currently charges $99 for a one year subscription to Office 365.
At $48, expectations cannot be high for this device, but it does assert that Microsoft has reached the bottom of the price ladder with tablets running Windows 8.1 and, in the future, Windows 10.
We are not sure if this tablet will ever make it outside of China but if you do manage to get your hands on one of these devices, make sure to let us know.