Cheap Tablets in UK

Buying an affordable tablet is getting more exciting, since we now have more choices than ever before. Because UK consumers tend to spend hours with their tablet, they should bear in mind about usability, display quality and performance provided by low-cost models.

  1. Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch (£199): The tablet is a more attractive and thinner version than its predecessor. Magazines and movies look gorgeous on this tablet; since the display is equipped with 1920 x 1200 screen resolution. It has a strong processor and the speakers won’t suffer from distortion. One usual downside is the lack of access to Google Play store.
  2. Apple iPad Mini (£249): It’s an ideal device for users who always feel that the standard 9.7-inch iPad is too big. The A7 64-bit processor is quite powerful and the 7.9-inch Retina display offers brilliant high-resolution. The batter could last for 10 hours and there are four storage options available, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB or 128GB.
  3. Google Nexus 7 – 2013 edition (£199): The tablet is taller, narrower, lighter and thinner than the original model. The display is stunningly crisp with its 1920 x 1200 resolution. It has a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core, adequate for multi-tabbed web browsing, video streaming, 3D gaming and HD video playback. 
  4. Tesco Hudl (£199): Before its appearance, we wouldn’t think that a tablet released by a major supermarket chain would be any good. However, we were in for a surprise. The tablet has a 7-inch (1440 x 900) display, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS, 16GB of internal storage and Tesco’s proprietary services. Users are also allowed to download apps from Google Play store.
  5. Galaxy Note 8 (£299): With its 8-inch (1280 x 800) display, the tablet’s pixel density is slightly lower than other devices on the list. Its S-Pen stylus is always a handy addition and the Note 8 could last for a couple of days with heavy use.