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2015/02/14 11:42:41 (permalink)
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Tablets for kids!!!!

As above...Can anyone recommend a decent tablet for my kids...Got a budget of £100 and they will only be using it for games and watching youtube really....Fancied getting them a second hand Samsung Galaxy tab but then heard about a Huddle that Tesco do....Just thought I'd ask you guy's first.
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Re: Tablets for kids!!!! 2015/02/14 12:11:17 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/14 13:27:36
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i got my kids a lenovo yoga with 8 inch screen just before xmas, think they were around £100-110 each. Well worth the money and so much better than a lot of the lesser known makes.
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Re: 2015/02/14 13:28:54 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/14 13:33:05
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Hudl 2

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Re: 2015/02/14 15:34:51 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/14 20:23:48
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ebuyer has some great bargains.... high street wise, Argos have great customer service (useful for kids gadgets LOL) and the asus and acers are very nice tablets for the money

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Re: 2015/02/14 17:25:23 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/14 20:24:01
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Kindle fire HD.

Bought both kids one each last year as I knew they would only fight over it if I only bought one.

It's fine for games, web browsing, youtube, reading online books etc

6 inch version is currently £69 and 7 inch £119.

Nowhere near as good as an iPad IMHO, but a damn site cheaper baring in mind little hands tend to drop things.
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Re: 2015/02/14 22:27:01 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/15 07:12:29
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HUDDLE!!!
my daughter has one. Ok its got a rubber case but its taken some good drops ands damage and its still like new. Plus its simple and easy to use. Dont get me wrong it isnt going to win against and Ipad for performance but for value for money it is.

 
 
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Re: 2015/02/14 22:50:35 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stevie bully bully 2015/02/15 07:12:35
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Asus memopad would be my choice. It's a great all rounder for the money.
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