The sentence is as follows:

This isn't just an Apple tablet made to a budget

Am I correct in assuming it means:

This isn't a cheap tablet made within certain budgetary constraints so that you can buy it for exactly ... dollars?

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Yes, it's essentially saying "this isn't just a cheap version of X".


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