Samsung will launch a stripped-back version of its Galaxy Tab 3 in January, and it'll be considerably easier on the wallet, according to a report.
SamMobile claims the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will cost €100, which works out at £84. Which would give some of the bargain bin supermarket slates a run for their money.
And it's not the only tablet Samsung has lined up for the New Year.
According to SamMobile, the South Korean company has another three slates slated for the first three months of 2014.
One is rumoured to be a monster 13.3-inch tablet, that might be a dual-booter, supporting both Windows and Android. Another could be the previously rumoured 12.2-inch Galaxy Note, with the codename SM-P900.
It's said Samsung hopes this new Note will kickstart an entirely new category of tablets which will eventually replace laptops.
A tablet with an AMOLED screen is also mooted.
Samsung has had huge success with its big mobiles such as the Galaxy Note 3, so it'll be interesting to see if it can do the same with super-sized tablets. Android tablets have been getting cheaper and cheaper as well, so there could well be space for a budget model from a big-name manufacturer.