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Best Tablet PC for under £200 - advice?


Midlander1066

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Hi Forum,

What I know about tablet can probably be written on the back of one so does anyone have any suggestions of a good one for under about £200?

I'll just be using it for fairly basic stuff like browsing the web, checking email, printing photos, etc.

It would be a 'home tablet' so a bigger screen would be nice as portability is not important.

I'm not fashion conscious so the make doesn't matter.

Any advice appreciated.

Thanks.

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chub_tor

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This one comes out well from Revoo you can also Search these answers by size, price, best score etc. Personally my wife and I both have Samsungs and they are trouble free.

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Woolwell

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"I'm not fashion conscious so the make doesn't matter." But it is not about fashion. The make does matter. IMO the well known brand names make the better tablets. Have a look at the Nexus 7.

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jeremy2013

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Hey there, some of the options you might want to check are the Le Pan TC970 Tablet, Coby Kyros MID1125-4G Tablet and the Blackberry Playbook Tablet. If you want a bigger one, you can check Le Pan II 9.7" 8 GB Tablet with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. I think that would be the best affordable tablet you can purchase.

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tigertop2

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Check out the Sumvision range. I have bought the Cyclone Astra plus for myself and my wife now has the Sumvision Voyager which is slightly better re software. Both however have excellent software programmes and added Apps and after 9 months of use I am very happy with them both and the support from Sumvision as and when I need it

They retail for around £75 and are excellent value for money

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