Samsung Refurb (grade A) Galaxy Note 10.1 Wifi 16GB - White - bundle with Agfa DC-630x, 6MP Black camera, £139.99 plus £1.98 delivery - £141.97, plus 2% quidco £2.80 or 2.1% topcashback £2.93 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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Saw the asda deal earlier for £249.99 with 10% off and then had a wee look about and spotted this.

Thought it was a fair price, but don't think I'll bite myself after reading reviews. Negatives for me are the charging time and screen res. Thought I'd throw it up here and see what you lot think

2% quidco £2.80 or 2.1% topcashback £2.93 too

The camera comes free in the bundle, so while it may not be any good it sweetens the deal.

Please note these are Manufacturer refurbished items and they are Grade A. The grade of A means they should perform and look as new. For your peace of mind we offer a 6 months warranty on this product.

The GALAXY Note 10.1 combines technology and smart thinking to boost productivity and performance across a wide range of sectors. Measuring 10.1 inches it contains a split-screen facility to enable a true multi-tasking approach to work, by allowing users to simultaneously run two programs.

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#1
If you press on 'bundle deals' you can get a free £15 camera included as well.

Not up to date on these things, but seems a pretty good price for a tablet with pen support.

Would far prefer a windows one though for the money.
#2
thanks voted hot and placed order.
#3
Can someone tell me basically what's good to look for spec wise with a tablet besides processor and ram?
Was looking at an Asus 2013 but this one is bigger for similar price
#4
luckskill
Can someone tell me basically what's good to look for spec wise with a tablet besides processor and ram?
Was looking at an Asus 2013 but this one is bigger for similar price

At least HD res screen has to be on the checklist!

Edited By: tovers93 on Jul 22, 2014 10:18
#5
is this 2012 model or 2014 model ?
1 Like #6
2012 model
#7
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
3 Likes #8
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.


I personally think a small laptop would suit uni work far better.
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.
#9
A deal for an Android tablet and nobody has made the obligatory "it's not a Nexus" comment yet?
This must be a good tab., have some heat
#10
tovers93
luckskill
Can someone tell me basically what's good to look for spec wise with a tablet besides processor and ram?
Was looking at an Asus 2013 but this one is bigger for similar price

At least HD res screen has to be on the checklist!


agreed screen res, build quality, weight

Also screen size 10 inch or would you prefer a 7" or 8"
#11
jimonyzangs
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.

I personally think a small laptop would suit uni work far better.
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

I have thought about getting him a small laptop however he will be using the device for sketching and making notes (in other words a digital version of a note pad!) so really not sure what the best device to get him would be.
Thanks for the reply by the way.
#12
starwarsclark
jimonyzangs
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.

I personally think a small laptop would suit uni work far better.
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

I have thought about getting him a small laptop however he will be using the device for sketching and making notes (in other words a digital version of a note pad!) so really not sure what the best device to get him would be.
Thanks for the reply by the way.

I have a Galaxy 8" tablet & searched around and managed to get a cover for it with a combined keyboard because I thought it would be a pain without. I can honestly say I hardly ever plug into, and fnd the onscreen samsung one fine.
#13
I have this tab (got it when it came out) and can't praise it enough. The pen makes browsing so much easier and nicer, on top of all of the features it brings. I get a new phone every year, but haven't felt the need to upgrade this yet.

Hot
#14
If the battery life on this is anything like the TAB 8 don't bother other half was lucky to get 1/2 hour out of it before it died. She has even moved away from samsung phones now as the battery life on her S3 was really bad as well. And as someone else mentioned the charging time is really long as well.

A deal for an Android tablet and nobody has made the obligatory "it's not a Nexus" comment yet? I would choose the Nexus over this <3 we have 2 x 2013 nexus-7 1 x old nexus-7 and 1 asus Memo HD-7 (the battery life on the memo is stupidly long play youtube for hours and still has lots of charge) I have the ASUS TF201 and the battery lasts for ages on that and it is 2 1/2 years old now and I use it practicly every day.

I love samsung products but have gone off there tablets and phones due to battery life..
1 Like #15
jimonyzangs
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

So you don't have one then?

You're wrong.

I have a Note 10.1 and a Note 3 phone. Both are excellent for scribbling notes on. Use them both at work all the time. Also have an iPad Mini. Never use that for note taking. Too slow ....
2 Likes #16
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
You probably want one with a fruit logo on the back. All the hipsters at "uni" have one.
#17
sancheez
jimonyzangs
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

So you don't have one then?

You're wrong.

I have a Note 10.1 and a Note 3 phone. Both are excellent for scribbling notes on. Use them both at work all the time. Also have an iPad Mini. Never use that for note taking. Too slow ....


apologies, I took that opinion from the reviews that I read before posting the deal. I've been on xda since and they seem to agree that it's just like writing on paper.
I'm getting more tempted to go for this, but after owning the Xoom I always thought my next tab would be smaller than a 10”
#18
starwarsclark

I have thought about getting him a small laptop however he will be using the device for sketching and making notes (in other words a digital version of a note pad!) so really not sure what the best device to get him would be.
Thanks for the reply by the way.
This should be fine. It covers all the basic needs you listed.
Saving data to cloud can be done with additional apps such as sycn drop to dropbox.
You can just grab this and 3G/4G wifi modem if he ever needs to get data from area without wifi coverage.
Keyboard, you can just grab any bluetooth supported keyboard and you have a good setup
#19
sancheez
jimonyzangs
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

So you don't have one then?

You're wrong.

I have a Note 10.1 and a Note 3 phone. Both are excellent for scribbling notes on. Use them both at work all the time. Also have an iPad Mini. Never use that for note taking. Too slow ....

Are teh screens immune to scratching these days? I'm reluctant to go stylus as an old (mono LCD old) device I had scratched very easily and became damaged over time.
#20
Decent price for an ok tab, have some heat
#21
Surprised at the heat on this to be honest.
1 Like #22
This is still an excellent tab, screen res is 720p but the quality is excellent (great brightness, colours, viewing angles). Pen works great although I hardly use it.

For working on word documents you can get a dedicated keyboard dock

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-Keyboard-Dock-Galaxy-10-1-inch/dp/B009CB8G2M

£50 is expensive but I'm sure you could find it cheaper elsewhere. I got a galaxy tab 8.9 keyboard dock for £15 from hmv closing down, which is the same dock but a different insert (pulled that out and works with the note 10.1 perfectly but needs propping up with a case)
#23
Forgot about 2% quidco £2.80 or 2.1% topcashback £2.93
#24
Thanks to everyone that has replied to my question, ok so another few please - As he needs it to be portable and small would the Galaxy Tab 3 7" be much different to this, apart from size of course + there is an 8" version but that seems so much bigger.

Edited By: starwarsclark on Jul 22, 2014 13:51: Wrong spec
#25
Ordered one to replace wife's Galaxy Tab 3. Heat added.
#26
jimonyzangs
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.

I personally think a small laptop would suit uni work far better.
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

Get an old Surface Pro (with pen) or another Windows 8 Tablet with pen.(eg. Samsung,Dell Latitude etc).
#27
iDealYou
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
You probably want one with a fruit logo on the back. All the hipsters at "uni" have one.

Was about to suggest, l know all around me in lecture room are the in crowd with the fruit, and me? Sony Ericsson (with back cover missing) only when l was threaten that my phone will be forcefully replaced with the fruit, that l succumbed and now on Nokia Windows, l might not be a fan, BUT (WITH GRITTED TEETH) be the best DAD get the fruity one.
Trust me (l can`t stand Mine craft, but got the coolest DAD from the boy!)
PS.Can anyone tell me that guy(If you asking, you are not living with under10!) address so l can sit on front porch and tell him
Give me my son BACK!
Rants Over!

Edited By: wottodo on Jul 22, 2014 14:10
1 Like #28
starwarsclark
Thanks to everyone that has replied to my question, ok so another few please - As he needs it to be portable and small would the Galaxy Tab 3 7" be much different to this, apart from size of course + there is an 8" version but that seems so much bigger.

The pen.

Only the Note range has the s-pen.

If you want this for note taking at uni, you want the version with the proper pen. You can buy a generic stylus for use with capacitive screens, but compared to the s-pen (which is a proper Wacom developed stylus) they're rubbish.

If you want smaller, and want it for note taking, I would say go with Note 8. (Or a Note 3 phone I suppose ...)
#29
heat ,
i have this and a really good tablet, ir remote ,the pen and photoediting,also chuck in a 64 gb card ,then use utorrent , you'll have loads ,personally i use showbox and then this streams directly to my tv ,or you could use bubble pnp, spec wise other then the screen which tbh is really good anyway , there's a lot of tabs being released that are a lower spec then this ,especially the galaxy tabs ( not the pro's or tab-s 's ) and just tether to your phone if your out and about
#30
sancheez
starwarsclark
Thanks to everyone that has replied to my question, ok so another few please - As he needs it to be portable and small would the Galaxy Tab 3 7" be much different to this, apart from size of course + there is an 8" version but that seems so much bigger.

The pen.

Only the Note range has the s-pen.

If you want this for note taking at uni, you want the version with the proper pen. You can buy a generic stylus for use with capacitive screens, but compared to the s-pen (which is a proper Wacom developed stylus) they're rubbish.

If you want smaller, and want it for note taking, I would say go with Note 8. (Or a Note 3 phone I suppose ...)


How does the 8" and 10.1" compare?
1 Like #31
jimonyzangs
How does the 8" and 10.1" compare?

One is 2" smaller? X)

No idea really. Sorry. Never used the 8" version myself. But it came out after the first gen 10.1 (the one I have) and has much the same spec with a few small improvements. My Note 10.1 is still perfectly usable so I would expect the 8 to be the same.

I'd want it at a decent price though. Cos even though it's a decent tablet, it is a slightly older spec now so I wouldn't want to pay top dollar for it ...
#32
wottodo
iDealYou
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
You probably want one with a fruit logo on the back. All the hipsters at "uni" have one.

Was about to suggest, l know all around me in lecture room are the in crowd with the fruit, and me? Sony Ericsson (with back cover missing) only when l was threaten that my phone will be forcefully replaced with the fruit, that l succumbed and now on Nokia Windows, l might not be a fan, BUT (WITH GRITTED TEETH) be the best DAD get the fruity one.
Trust me (l can`t stand Mine craft, but got the coolest DAD from the boy!)
PS.Can anyone tell me that guy(If you asking, you are not living with under10!) address so l can sit on front porch and tell him
Give me my son BACK!
Rants Over!
Sorry ,but your rant is perhaps clear inside your own head... but on paper oO . Are you writing this with an S-pen perhaps ?
#33
wide
sancheez
jimonyzangs
Typing on a tablet is a pain and a stylus is only suitable for something like this tab that comes with one designed for it, even then I doubt it is anywhere near suitable for quick note taking.

So you don't have one then?

You're wrong.

I have a Note 10.1 and a Note 3 phone. Both are excellent for scribbling notes on. Use them both at work all the time. Also have an iPad Mini. Never use that for note taking. Too slow ....

Are teh screens immune to scratching these days? I'm reluctant to go stylus as an old (mono LCD old) device I had scratched very easily and became damaged over time.

I'd say they are very strong but even Gorilla Glass 2/3 scratch somehow and even Sapphire glass on future devices can still scratch. You can probably find a tempered glass protector for not a lot of money just to be safe.
#34
wottodo
iDealYou
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
You probably want one with a fruit logo on the back. All the hipsters at "uni" have one.

Was about to suggest, l know all around me in lecture room are the in crowd with the fruit, and me? Sony Ericsson (with back cover missing) only when l was threaten that my phone will be forcefully replaced with the fruit, that l succumbed and now on Nokia Windows, l might not be a fan, BUT (WITH GRITTED TEETH) be the best DAD get the fruity one.
Trust me (l can`t stand Mine craft, but got the coolest DAD from the boy!)
PS.Can anyone tell me that guy(If you asking, you are not living with under10!) address so l can sit on front porch and tell him
Give me my son BACK!
Rants Over!
Are you studying English by any chance?
#35
jimonyzangs
sancheez
starwarsclark
Thanks to everyone that has replied to my question, ok so another few please - As he needs it to be portable and small would the Galaxy Tab 3 7" be much different to this, apart from size of course + there is an 8" version but that seems so much bigger.

The pen.

Only the Note range has the s-pen.

If you want this for note taking at uni, you want the version with the proper pen. You can buy a generic stylus for use with capacitive screens, but compared to the s-pen (which is a proper Wacom developed stylus) they're rubbish.

If you want smaller, and want it for note taking, I would say go with Note 8. (Or a Note 3 phone I suppose ...)

How does the 8" and 10.1" compare?

They are basically identical. The 8" has physical home/menu buttons which saves on screen space and I find much better but not a dealbreaker. Apart from that they have the same hardware. They have better hardware than any of the galaxy tab models which have lower quality components and not as powerful. Another 8" device worth considering is the lg g pad 8.3 but will probably cost around £180
#36
Does it have GPS?
#37
martyj999
wottodo
iDealYou
starwarsclark
Hi,
I am looking for a low cost tablet of some sort, ideally 7" but 8" would be fine, that my son can use at Uni to write on and then get the data sent to a cloud server or somewhere like that. There appear to be a lot of tablets around and I have no idea what would suit him. Would this be any good: http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideatab-s5000-tablet-quad-core-processor-android-7-wi-fi-3g-16gb-silver-grey/p821375#tabinfo-spcl-offr accompanied by a pen of some sort? Looks like you can get it for around £100 after cashback.
You probably want one with a fruit logo on the back. All the hipsters at "uni" have one.

Was about to suggest, l know all around me in lecture room are the in crowd with the fruit, and me? Sony Ericsson (with back cover missing) only when l was threaten that my phone will be forcefully replaced with the fruit, that l succumbed and now on Nokia Windows, l might not be a fan, BUT (WITH GRITTED TEETH) be the best DAD get the fruity one.
Trust me (l can`t stand Mine craft, but got the coolest DAD from the boy!)
PS.Can anyone tell me that guy(If you asking, you are not living with under10!) address so l can sit on front porch and tell him
Give me my son BACK!
Rants Over!
Are you studying English by any chance?

Giggles, definitely in the (W)right course (LLB)

Love to explain but you have to pay me (see l`m learning!)
#38
tirc83
Does it have GPS?
Dual: GPS+Glonass
#39
Can any one who has this tablet recommend a good case cover

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