[Durham] Android tablets

Martin Ward martin at gkc.org.uk
Wed Nov 5 18:59:34 UTC 2014

On 01/11/14 18:47, Eddy Younger wrote:
> Depends enormously on what you want from it. The cheapy no-brand ones generally have no GPS for example, some may have no Bluetooth or usb-otg support.
> I have a Lenovo A10-70 which cost more than those but less than half an equivalent iPad price, and is fully-featured. I'm very satisfied with it. There's an 8 inch version too. The Lenovo Yoga's also got good reports but are a bit long in the tooth now.

Thanks for the advice: he got a Lenovo and is very pleased with it!


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