If there's a tablet that has attracted its fair share of criticisms, it is the Disgo range; its latest model, the Disgo 7000 Slim, is currently on sale at Play for £50 and includes a 4GB card; that's less than half its usual price (it costs £117 at EuroPC for example).
The device comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 7-inch 800 by 480 pixels resistive display, a 1Ghz iMAPx210 ARM11 system on chip, 4GB onboard storage, 512MB RAM, Wi-Fi, two mini USB ports, a microSD card slot, a 3000mAh battery and a micro HDMI port that allows you to stream content to any HDMI-capable television.
It does include a VGA front facing camera plus two speakers and plays an array of files including MKV, WMV and RMVB making it ideal as a video player.
User Reviews of the model have been very contrasted but it is the cheapest tablet you will find on the market and one which will allow your little ones to get onboard the tablet bandwagon without having to play with daddy's (or mummy's) £500 new iPad.
Add a 32GB microSD card and a 32GB USB stick via a miniUSB adaptor for around £18 and £14 respectively and you get a tablet with 64GB worth of storage for just over £80.