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Is the Hudl the perfect budget tablet?

The Hudl flew off the shelves in the run-up to Christmas. Along with the Playstation 4 and X-Box One, Tesco’s very own tablet has proven to be one of this year’s most wanted devices. Here’s what all the fuss is about... 

The price tag

Right now, Tesco is selling the Hudl at £119. It’s not the only tablet out there at or around the £100 mark – but it’s one of the few that’s any good. The price tag looks even more attractive  when you find out you can get hold of it for just £60 if purchased with Tesco’s Clubcard loyalty card vouchers.

You don’t have to be a tech genius to use it

The Hudl runs on Android software so if you’ve got a Samsung or HTC phone, the screen layout and navigation system should be pretty familiar. If not, there’s no need to worry. Cnet was impressed by the fact Tesco has included some helpful walkthrough software to enable you to get to grips with it right away. It tells you all about setting up user account security and parental locks as well. You might not be able to flick from page to page with the speed of an iPad, but for the price it’s hard to fault.

It offers decent display and sound

It might not be in the same league as the likes of the new iPad Mini, but the Hudl nevertheless features a perfectly decent screen and speakers. It’s certainly sharp enough to watch TV and films in suitably sharp definition.  As PC Pro put it, “The 1,440 x 900 resolution is a tier below the Nexus 7's 1,920 x 1,200 display, but it certainly doesn't want for sharpness, nor brightness or contrast”.

It’s perfect for tiny hands

The Hudl is ideal as an all-round family tablet. The 7-inch screen is surrounded by nice wide borders and a soft-touch back panel. Given that it’s about £200 cheaper than the new iPad Mini, it won’t be quite as much of a blow if it takes a knock. What’s more, Tesco make it easy to customise the settings with parental locks for safe browsing. It might not quite fit the bill for teenagers wanting a platform for super-slick gaming – but for the rest of the family, it should do pretty much everything that’s asked of it.  

How to get the most out of your Hudl...

The soft back has a tendency to pick up dirt and grease from sticky fingers. Keep your Hudl in great shape with one of our leather-effect stand covers. Featuring an easy-wipe surface and cut-outs for access to the ports and camera, these Hudl cases let you watch your favourite shows from a distance – thanks to the handy stand function. For no-nonsense protection, why not get your hands on one of our Neoprene pouch covers? They’re lightweight, waterproof and allow you to store and transport your Hudl in safety whilst still enabling case-free usage. Buy one online now from Mobile Madhouse and get FREE standard UK delivery.

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The Hudl flew off the shelves in the run-up to Christmas. Along with the Playstation 4 and X-Box One, Tesco’s very own tablet has proven to be one of this year’s most wanted devices. Here’s what all the fuss is about... 

The price tag

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