There seems to be no shortage of ultra-cheap Android 4.0 tablets these days, and Aigo certainly has some of the most budget-friendly models around, with prices starting at $149 (117 EUR).
For that low-end price tag, you will get the not so impressive Aigo M718HD, a tablet with a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 8 or 16GB of storage space and a 7-inch screen with an 800x480 resolution.
A 5MP snapper, WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, as well as a microHDMI output and a microUSB port round up the specs list of the M718HD.
Since that low-res display won’t definitely cut it for day-to-day use, adding another $50 (38.5 EUR) to the M718HD price gets you the M803, which boost the screen size to 8 inches while the resolution is set at 1280x768 pixels.
Other features include WiFi b/g and a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls, along with 8GB of flash storage and a memory card slot.
If Aigo managed to convinced you, then you should know that both these tablets should become available in April of 2012.