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Lenovo Tab 3 A8 8inch 2GB RAM 16GB Black or White £69.99 Argos

£69.99 @ Argos
brilliant price for well spec tablet Specs: Quad core MediaTek 1.0GHz MT8161P 64-Bit Processor 2GB RAM 1280x800 Resolution Android 6.0 Marshmallow 5MP Autofocus Rear Camera 2MP Fixed… Read More
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4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago
brilliant price for well spec tablet

Specs:

Quad core MediaTek 1.0GHz MT8161P 64-Bit Processor
2GB RAM
1280x800 Resolution
Android 6.0 Marshmallow
5MP Autofocus Rear Camera
2MP Fixed Focus Front Camera
4290mAh Battery (~8 Hours)
Dual Dolby Atmos Front Facing Speakers
GPS
MicroSD Card Slot (Up to 64GB)
FM Radio (?)
- preecey
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19 Likes
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
The first and second generation iPad were 132 ppi, and the first generation iPad Mini was 163 ppi - and people didn't complain.

This is £70. You can't expect a brand new Full HD tablet for the price you're paying.
6 Likes
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
Wow...your first comment here.Any better choice for same money ?
5 Likes
StoneyWales
This or the Yoga tab 3 for £99.99?
They both have identical screens.

The Yoga Tab 3 has double the battery life.

The processor in the Tab 3 however will be slightly faster than the Snapdragon 212 found in the Yoga Tab 3.

This has two cameras whereas the Yoga Tab 3 has one rotating camera.

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1 Like #1
add to basket for lower price
1 Like #2
Seems good value. Only small grumbles are screen res and Mediatek CPU but can't really complain for the money.

Edited By: dwl99 on Feb 22, 2017 06:54
1 Like #3
waiting for £49 like its predecessor,thanks for alert.
#4
This or the Yoga tab 3 for £99.99?
2 Likes #5
My daughter has had the 8gb version of this which I think has less ram and it's been bomb proof. Really impressed and she uses it daily.
3 Likes #6
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
2 Likes #7
Good price for 2GB RAM. :)
6 Likes #8
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
Wow...your first comment here.Any better choice for same money ?
1 Like #9
Great deal - don't need it myself though...
4 Likes #10
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
It's 70 quid not £170 you .....X)
4 Likes #11
Afraid as much as I wanted to love this, I couldn't. Returned it just after Christmas as couldn't deal with it no more :( Currently back to my hudl2. It kept crashing, apps disappearing. Was really disappointed and wanted to love it! Maybe my one was just duff :o(
4 Likes #12
Been using mine daily for over a year now. No issues at all. Great tab, especially for this price.
2 Likes #13
StoneyWales
This or the Yoga tab 3 for £99.99?
I've had both. Both a similar performance. The Yoga has a longer life battery but a love it or hate it large battery to the side that doubles as a hand grip. Where the Yoga wins is the built in kick stand. But I wouldn't say its worth the extra £30
2 Likes #14
Brilliant deal, I got mine from Argos for £79 just before Christmas and that was on offer as it was. Far quicker than the 7 inch model which was only 1GB RAM but this having 2GB RAM is perfect for an entry level tablet that is well built
1 Like #15
bought for my 5 year old for £80, very happy with it
#16
got this for my 9 year old daughter for xmas and she loves it. Cover available on ebay for less than £10 also that provides good protection
5 Likes #17
StoneyWales
This or the Yoga tab 3 for £99.99?
They both have identical screens.

The Yoga Tab 3 has double the battery life.

The processor in the Tab 3 however will be slightly faster than the Snapdragon 212 found in the Yoga Tab 3.

This has two cameras whereas the Yoga Tab 3 has one rotating camera.
#18
Argos via eBay HERE

MM
1 Like #19
Would this be any good to replace my wife's slowing Nexus 7 2013? :|
1 Like #20
malm
waiting for £49 like its predecessor,thanks for alert.

Hahahahaha, enjoy your few month's wait for that one to happen, lol. :-)
3 Likes #21
majoosta
Would this be any good to replace my wife's slowing Nexus 7 2013? :|
It would actually be a downgrade on the Nexus 2013.
2 Likes #22
Beware lip synch audio issues with YouTube, Netflix etc on Lenovo devices.
1 Like #23
Bought one this morning, seems fine for my use so far, no problems. Thanks op heat added. :)
1 Like #24
dereklogan7
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
It's 70 quid not £170 you .....X)

you buying cos it's cheap or you buying to use it? It's not sandwich ate it and forget about it. You will use it for 12-24(?) months. Instead of spending £20-40 more and getting almost usable tablet you will stuck with tablet with **** screen.
#25
Bought this and thought it looked good on paper - but the screen resolution was shocking, after using higher DPI devices I couldn't go back.

Returned the next day - don't do it.
1 Like #26
lacom
dereklogan7
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
It's 70 quid not £170 you .....X)
you buying cos it's cheap or you buying to use it? It's not sandwich ate it and forget about it. You will use it for 12-24(?) months. Instead of spending £20-40 more and getting almost usable tablet you will stuck with tablet with **** screen.
Your comments means nothing without better example around same money or little more...
1 Like #27
Bought the refurbed white one that was on offer last month from Argos for £59.99. Solid device and probably the best value for money tablet you'll get at that price. Only issue I've had with it is some videos start playing with no sound, you have to restart them for the audio to come through (this is across various apps). It's not particularly annoying as a few taps always resolves it.
3 Likes #28
Has GPS, should make a cracking large-screen SatNav using Waze or Google if you hotspot data to it via your smaller-screen phone
2 Likes #29
StoneyWales
This or the Yoga tab 3 for £99.99?
Yoga has a similar Spec but a HUGE battery life. Slightly odd shape but that makes it easier to hold. I'd go for the Yoga unless you needed it slim.
1 Like #30
just collected mine - ironically there was a chap next to me returning his due to charging and poor wifi issues
#31
ra11
just collected mine - ironically there was a chap next to me returning his due to charging and poor wifi issues
Ha ha ha!! He might be thinking your next in the list to return :p
2 Likes #32
ra11
just collected mine - ironically there was a chap next to me returning his due to charging and poor wifi issues
He bought at £99 recently and returned for refund after seeing £69 price ...He will save £30 now :)


Edited By: pavel76 on Feb 22, 2017 12:05
#33
can someone confirm I can use two gift cards for 1 item ?

thanks
#34
Bought one for my daughter just before Christmas - social media stuff, Netflix and YouTube, it's perfect and can't complain for the money, so for £10 less, absolute bargain.
banned#35
good price for this product.
#36
How does this stack up against a 2nd generation Nexus 7?
1 Like #37
dwl99
Seems good value. Only small grumbles are screen res and Mediatek CPU but can't really complain for the money.

But you did anyway.
1 Like #38
ezzer72
dwl99
Seems good value. Only small grumbles are screen res and Mediatek CPU but can't really complain for the money.
But you did anyway.
merely an observation :-)
19 Likes #39
lacom
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels - it's not enough! Just 188.68 PPI
The first and second generation iPad were 132 ppi, and the first generation iPad Mini was 163 ppi - and people didn't complain.

This is £70. You can't expect a brand new Full HD tablet for the price you're paying.
2 Likes #40
People moaning about PPI its rubbish.

we've got Lenovo 10" tabs with "crap" PPI and theyre fine for everyday use and even for movies.

Edited By: ses6jwg on Feb 22, 2017 13:31

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