adjective Informal.
relatively cheap or inexpensive of its kind: We don't need an expensive car—a low-end model will do.
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If your neighborhood is dark enough you can see some good stuff even with a
  low-end scope.
The low-end pricing for dishes is lower than cable, but the channel selection
  isn't as good.
The food is from the rejects section of some kind of low-end test kitchen.
Low-end pirates may not be interested in the cargo being transported.
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