Well from the gadget show review I am happy I bought a Nexus 7 second gen
Now I have seen the Argos spec tablet I am even more happy I chose a Nexus
Yeah the linked to gadget show review was soo bad, not.
Oh come on I mean the gadget show? really?
Tesco Hudl review: Can a supermarket chain put out a decent tablet? « Engadget
Considering how many people in the UK don't have a tablet, it's easy to see why high-street shops are so keen to sell their own (rebranded) tablets.... when you begin to use it, something strange begins to happen. Despite all of its failings, this meager slate became our go-to piece of hardware for responding to emails and browsing Twitter. We had it playing movies on Netflix while we worked, and we rocked out to a playlist while cooking dinner. While its original purpose was to coax technophobes into the future, the Hudl is easy to use and, dare we say it, charming enough, that it might win over even the most hardened of gadget snobs. If you're a Tesco shopper and you've got Clubcard points that'll let you purchase this for £60, then it's a no-brainer. Buy this device. Go home and enjoy it. If you have no choice but to pay the full £120 price, however, then the Kindle Fire HD becomes the more persuasive option.
In the UK, there are around 50 million people who don't own a tablet or any other mobile computing device. That's the group of people that Tesco is going after with the Hudl, an Android tablet that's aimed squarely at "them" rather than "us." Priced at £119 ($191), but available for £60 ($91) if you redeem Clubcard vouchers, it's not a surprise that the company sold 35,000 units after launch. So, is it better than the Kindle Fire that it seeks to emulate? And when all is said and done, is this the device for which we'll be stuck doing technical support when the in-laws inevitably purchase it?
Mine was delivered today. Bought it as it was cheap but also allows muti user accounts for my daughter to share.
Tesco hits 500K Hudl tablet sales, now working on a successor « Hexus
Tesco has announced that its budget Hudl tablet has surpassed the 500,000 sales milestone. The supermarket giant also noted its intentions to launch a successor model later this year, according to plans in its 'preliminary result 2013/14' financial report.
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