How iDea USA Tablets Work

Author's Note

One of the most interesting aspects of Android's proliferation is that it gives manufacturers (large and small) the ability to make affordable, universal devices. Because Android is an open-source and free platform, there are no expensive licensing fees or restrictions serving as barriers to entry. That means all sorts of companies (even little-known ones like iDea USA) can provide fresh products at extremely competitive prices. As a consumer, you still have to choose wisely and spend carefully, but the end result of Android's popularity is a new range of products and a lot more choices.

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