With Christmas fast approaching it is no wonder Tesco decided now was the right time to unveil the new Hudl tablet, but how does it compare to its rivals? We have already taken a look at how this new tablet undercuts its competitors, and also offered a comparison with the 2013 Kindle Fire HD, so we thought you would like to see a Tesco Hudl tablet review roundup.
You will see a few videos below, all giving their thoughts on the new Tesco tablet, and how they think it will do in the tough budget Android tablet market.
The first video runs for 9 minutes and 30 seconds and offers an unboxing and review of the new Tesco tablet, which is called Hudl. We get to see the main Tesco Hudl tablet specs, which we have already discussed, along with what comes in the box. The review isn’t too bad, but the guy does seem a little clueless in the video.
Next is a quick look at this budget tablet, and for some that is all it takes to decide if this device is for them or not, although this will be a little biased because the guy doing most of the talking is from Tesco.
We like the third video because it is a Tesco Hudl hands-on review and they get the first thing out of the way first, and that is the Tesco Hudl tablet price, which as we know is £119, which undercuts most tablets in the market. Don’t think for one moment because it is cheap it will be made to a low standard because we’re told the overall build quality is pretty good.
Some of you might be put off with the BlinkBox integration because it is not as widely known as the likes of Amazon, but it will grow, especially with Tesco throwing their weight behind the service.
The Tesco tablet is not going to break any performance records, but if you are on a budget or want a cheap tablet for a child, then you cannot go wrong considering it costs just £119.
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