Intel UK is now starting to push Tesco’s Hudl 2 release date, which as a matter of fact is tomorrow online, or October 9th in the UK stores. Some people had assumed the release would take place in September, but for some reason it was pushed back to this month. We know there are some of you out there who would say it is silly for the likes of Tesco to launch a new Android tablet so close to the release of a new iPad range, but let’s face it, they cater to a different market.
We have seen on many websites that people have slated the original Hudl for being sluggish, and so the new Intel processor inside will be a welcome addition. Other websites still maintain the new model is still sluggish, but for £129 what do they expect? There are suggestions that no one will buy the Hudl2, but the original model proved such a hit last Christmas, and so we believe sales will be even better this year, even if Tesco’s are facing a few internal issues.
There really does seem to be a hatred for Tesco at the moment, with tweets that Intel has jumped into bed with a lady of the night and Tesco is finished unless they change their business model. The thing here is that you are not being forced to purchase this new tablet, and as for the supermarket as a whole, if you don’t like it, just shop at the likes of Aldi or Lidl and stop moaning already.
The second generation Hudl is a good option for those who have yet to get on the tablet market, as it is ideal for beginners. We know that it is not going to have the performance as the likes many other Android tablets, but at £129 or half that with Clubcard Boost, we are not expecting lightning speeds.