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4/12/2013 6:18:38 PM
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Can someone recommend an android tablet for me?

I'm not good at this stuff! :( I don't know :( Sorry. -I want one that's less than or £150. -That can can play most (if not all) of the apps without a problem. -That isn't slow but meh fast. But i'm not looking for some really fast one. Just one that is fast enough to not be a nuisance. -That has a decent camera/microphone. -Has decent speakers. -Can multitask. -Has a decent amount of memory (like 16gb or 32gb). -Can browse the internet without any problems. I was going to get an ipad because I didn't need to go through the which one should I get?!! But hell the ipad is so expensive. I'm not good at this choosing stuff and plus i'm more familiar with the Android systems. Never had apple products before but I've had a decent amount of experience with them before (they are good). I'm sorry i'm acting like a bossy person. But please I don't know about this stuff. Sorry. I'm trusting you guys/girls to help me choose one... or should I just get an ipad 3 (or even ipad mini)
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  • Edited by Miiji: 4/12/2013 8:02:42 PM
    I recently got a nexus 7 and I am pretty happy with my purchase; you should check it out! The thing has nice specs, low price and a clean Android experience from Google, taking all the addicting search and privacy violation to a wholly new portable quad-core level!
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  • If you can afford 400$, I really recommend the Nexus 10. Beautiful tablet. If not, the [url=https://play.google.com/store/devices/details?id=nexus_7_16gb&feature=microsite&hl=en]Nexus 7[/url] is 7 inches, but it's a great tablet as well. They're supposed to come out with an update for it very soon though, so I would wait.
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  • Edited by Prototape: 4/12/2013 6:53:37 PM
    This one's just a bit over your price range, but it's a decent tablet. I don't have this model, but I do usually go with Samsung products for my tablets. This one was designed with price in mind, so it's a popular item for college students. I've heard good things about it, I was going to go with it until I found a Galaxy Tab 10.1 on sale. [url]http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/galaxy-tab/GT-P3113TSYXAR[/url] Alternatively, you can go with a Nook Tablet and flash the regular Android OS on there, it's extremely easy to do and produces good results. I did that before I made the switch to Samsung. I was extremely pleased with the results I got from it. So that's another good option if you want to save money. Those are actually below your budget as well if you buy the actual Nook Tablet rather than going for a Nook HD or Nook HD+ tablet. Here's a link for that one, obviously you could try other retailers, but this is the model I was talking about: [url]http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?InvtId=RU-208-240-0001&utm_source=GoogleProducts&utm_medium=ShoppingSites&utm_campaign=RU-208-240-0001?zmam=2003677&zmas=15&zmac=243&zmap=RU-208-240-0001&zmam=2003677&zmas=15&zmac=241&zmap=RU-208-240-0001&gclid=CI_9y-HlxbYCFUzhQgodgkcAyg[/url] The only downside to the Nook is it doesn't have much potential for peripherals, for example you're not going to be able to get a keyboard attachment without messing around with a variety of apps and your system settings. But it's not something I really felt like doing, I was fine with the touch screen. Both of these have an SD card port so you can upgrade how much memory the device has.
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    • Edited by SkilPhil: 4/12/2013 6:44:13 PM
      PC world are doing a Lenovo A2107 for £130 reduced from £150 - I got one a few months ago, its pretty good for that price range. (The guy got his from vodaphone, mine wasn't a vodaphone one but its the same spec, just not sim locked and different pre-installs)
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    • You can get a used first generation iPad in the $200ish range.
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