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Hi all

 

Was wondering if someone could recommend a cheap tablet for my young son please. Was wanting an Android one as i'm used to it but am open to suggestions. Don't want to spend a lot as it'll no doubt be dropped and scratched, will only really be used for games.

 

Thanks.

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Thanks Locksley, worth having a look at. I onky said Android as that's why my phone uses.

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Go onto Amazon and theres loads of Tablets plus you can read peoples Opinions about the Tablet,All Winner are not bad

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The Tesco hudl 2 is probably the best reasonably priced one.

 

The cheap,Chinese ones from Amazon are useless - crap screens and carp battery life.

 

Alternatively you can get a refurbed iPad mini 2 from Apple for £199.

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The cheap,Chinese ones from Amazon are useless - crap screens and carp battery life.

 

Depends on which Chinese ones you buy.

 

I have now got a PIPO P4, quad core Rockchip RK3288 1.8ghz, Mali T764 GPU, 8.9" 1920x1220 Samsung IPS/PLS Screen, 16GB Rom, 2GB Ram and with a good battery time. The usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,GPS, 2MP front and 8MP back camera all for less than £120.

 

The only let down is the sound as it only has 1 internal speaker but its stereo out on headphones.

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I would recommend the Nexus 7 or Tesco Hudl 2 (both are FullHD and run games smoothly).

You can also have a look at a ]list (mbreviews.com/the-best-tablets-under-200-part-1/) of the best budget tablets here so you make a comparison yourself for which is the best tablet for your son.

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My daughter uses a Samsung tablet, think it was about 80ish.

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Tesco Hudl 2 is the class leader in budget tablets, you can get some re-conditioned ones on Tecsco Online for 20 quid less than normal.

 

Can't really beat that for value IMO.

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