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im afer a tablet and on the amazon fire tablets ive seen online that u can put google play store on it, is that right how long has it been like that and will it stay like that i want a cheap android t… Read More
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4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
im afer a tablet and on the amazon fire tablets ive seen online that u can put google play store on it, is that right how long has it been like that and will it stay like that i want a cheap android tablet for my daughter for the google play store youtube kids etc, i dont want one of the windows 10 tablets or dont want a cheap no name tablet only really wanna spend round the 50 quid mark. argos had a lenovo tablets 55 quid but the 80 odds now. any help thanks :)
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4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget.

You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend.

Numerous times family members have told me they've bought tablets around the £50 mark and I'll get phone calls asking me to help them as their tablet is slow or fails after 3 weeks.

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#1
Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget.

You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend.

Numerous times family members have told me they've bought tablets around the £50 mark and I'll get phone calls asking me to help them as their tablet is slow or fails after 3 weeks.
#2
hi you can out Google play store on fire tablets I have it loaded on mine just follow internet articles not too difficult. I bought fire HD 8" a bit more than your budget but as per previous comment may be better in long run to spend more on better spec mine was £119 good value for specification
#3
shes only 3 so its just for youtube kids and movies etc she thrown the last one and broke the screen lol. thanks for messages
#4
That 8 inch kids fire one comes with a 2year warranty for screen repairs etc doesn't it? That'll end up paying itself back I'd imagine
#5
M0nk3h
Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget.
You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend.
Numerous times family members have told me they've bought tablets around the £50 mark and I'll get phone calls asking me to help them as their tablet is slow or fails after 3 weeks.

This is the second time I've commented on this attitude in the past 2 weeks! I wish people would stop expressing opinions on something they obviously know nothing about.

If you're after a cheap but excellent tablet for you or for your daughter this IS the one to get. I own one and have been blown away by its performance. Its literally handled everything i've thrown at it. My 5 year nephew and 7 year old niece have one and theirs have survived the 'care' that children lavish on their property.

Visit rootjunky on youtube for instructions on putting on play store (run a script - dead simple).
#6
jadamso
M0nk3h
Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget.
You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend.
Numerous times family members have told me they've bought tablets around the £50 mark and I'll get phone calls asking me to help them as their tablet is slow or fails after 3 weeks.

This is the second time I've commented on this attitude in the past 2 weeks! I wish people would stop expressing opinions on something they obviously know nothing about.

If you're after a cheap but excellent tablet for you or for your daughter this IS the one to get. I own one and have been blown away by its performance. Its literally handled everything i've thrown at it. My 5 year nephew and 7 year old niece have one and theirs have survived the 'care' that children lavish on their property.

Visit rootjunky on youtube for instructions on putting on play store (run a script - dead simple).


You did read my post correctly, right? Because it looks like you really just jumped to a solid conclusion without taking the time to read my comment properly.

I never slated the tablet nor said it was of poor quality and said it was the best he was going to get without spending more. Anything apart from the Fire Tablet and he may as well throw his money out the front door.

I wish people would stop jumping to quite embarrassing conclusions ;)
#7
M0nk3h
jadamso
M0nk3h
Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget.
You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend.
Numerous times family members have told me they've bought tablets around the £50 mark and I'll get phone calls asking me to help them as their tablet is slow or fails after 3 weeks.
This is the second time I've commented on this attitude in the past 2 weeks! I wish people would stop expressing opinions on something they obviously know nothing about.
If you're after a cheap but excellent tablet for you or for your daughter this IS the one to get. I own one and have been blown away by its performance. Its literally handled everything i've thrown at it. My 5 year nephew and 7 year old niece have one and theirs have survived the 'care' that children lavish on their property.
Visit rootjunky on youtube for instructions on putting on play store (run a script - dead simple).
You did read my post correctly, right? Because it looks like you really just jumped to a solid conclusion without taking the time to read my comment properly.
I never slated the tablet nor said it was of poor quality and said it was the best he was going to get without spending more. Anything apart from the Fire Tablet and he may as well throw his money out the front door.
I wish people would stop jumping to quite embarrassing conclusions ;)

Er. What? You in the first sentence say the best tablet for £50 is the Fire. Agreed.

You then imply that if you do in fact buy the Fire that apps won't work or that it will be too slow. What have I misunderstood?

Do you own a Fire?
#8
You've misunderstood my whole comment. I never stated what you just put. I never said that apps wouldn't work or it would be slow.

Maybe it's the way I put it, but I never implied what you mentioned directly to the fire. I've had experience with a fire tablet and they're awesome little devices so I have no reason to slate it.
#9
M0nk3h
I never said that...it would be slow.

M0nk3h
The best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire...you'll soon be pestered with... "it's too slow".
I think I'm with Jadamso here..
#10
M0nk3h
You've misunderstood my whole comment. I never stated what you just put. I never said that apps wouldn't work or it would be slow.
Maybe it's the way I put it, but I never implied what you mentioned directly to the fire. I've had experience with a fire tablet and they're awesome little devices so I have no reason to slate it.

You did say "Honestly, the best tablet you're going to get for £50 is probably the Fire you mention. I'd honestly for the hassle, genuinely consider upping your budget. You may think "Oh yeah, it'll be fine for my 9yr old daughter" this and that but you'll soon be pestered with "It doesn't work" or "it's too slow". They're cheap for a reason. £80 is probably the bare minimum I'd spend."

Meaning that while the Fire is your best bet if you only have £50, you would recommend spending more if at all possible, because it would be a hassle since it's too low-spec even for a 9 year old. I honestly (not trying to be smart) can't see how what you put could be taken another way.
#11
now now :p

i went for the amazon tablet 37 quid brand new from john lewis :)

thanks for your messagess
#12
kevlfc
now now :p

i went for the amazon tablet 37 quid brand new from john lewis :)

thanks for your messagess



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