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Tesco's £119 Hudl Tablet Goes On Sale in the UK

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October 1, 2013 1:35:03 AM

Seems a bit pricey when the Nook HD+ is only £129 for a 9" 1920x1089 1.5GHz Dual Core
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October 1, 2013 2:29:53 AM

But this is a quad core?
So soon Tablets will be cheaper than eating at a decent restaurant.
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October 1, 2013 4:37:17 AM

a1exh said:
Seems a bit pricey when the Nook HD+ is only £129 for a 9" 1920x1089 1.5GHz Dual Core


The Nook has a higher level of 'lock in' though doesn't it?

This is a decent spec quad core tablet for £120 with just two or three Tesco apps tucked away on it. After that its a plain vanilla Android Tablet to do with as you please.
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October 1, 2013 8:04:16 AM

Small correction to the article, it's not made by Archos. Archos contributed to some of the software and performed the the Google registration/certification.
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October 1, 2013 8:09:35 AM

Not quite a Nexus 7, but at half the price is a serious contender. Plus it has a microSD slot that is always welcome.
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October 1, 2013 8:13:30 AM

And another - it's the same price as the Fire HD and £20 more expensive than the std Fire. However, as per @daglesj - the Hudl is practically vanilla 4.2.2. Bonuus! Whereas the nook and Fire are completely locked. Plus, the spec for the Hudl is beyond that of the Fire HD.
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October 1, 2013 9:05:14 AM

If the dev community (on xda, etc.) starts supporting this, it will be a hugely attractive purchase for many people. If it could run the latest CyanogenMod, it would be pretty easy to recommend.
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