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Cheap Chinese Tablet

After Apple introduced the first iPad, and tablet computers began to appear on the system Android, the Chinese immediately rushed to rivet similar devices and sell them at ridiculous prices. Of course, many do not trust the basement hack, but in vain, by the way. For example, the tablet Pontiac G6 cost only $ 15 will run smoothly, I’m sure.



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