Tesco Hudl 7" Tablet Black 16GB HDD Quad Core Android (Unit Only!)(Refurb) £39 at Tesco Outlet eBay - HotUKDeals
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Tesco Hudl 7" Tablet Black 16GB HDD Quad Core Android (Unit Only!)(Refurb) £39.00 at Tesco Outlet eBay

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From Tesco Outlet (Refurb) eBay Specs: 1.5GHz Quad Core 16GB Android 4.2 1440x900 NO ACCESSORIES UNIT ONLY! With accessories and box it's £49 (Refurb): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hudl-7-Tablet… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
From Tesco Outlet (Refurb) eBay
Specs:
1.5GHz Quad Core
16GB
Android 4.2
1440x900
NO ACCESSORIES UNIT ONLY!

With accessories and box it's £49 (Refurb): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hudl-7-Tablet-Black-LCD-Quad-Core-1-49-00-/291827712503?_trksid=p2047675.l4066

Great as a basic tablet and also for the kids!
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7 Likes
humdan424
What is the ram size


It's more small sheep than ram :D
5 Likes
The Hudl 2 is the better model

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4 Likes #2
My boy has thrown his downstairs, bashed it on tables, spilt drink on it and God knows what else and it still works well worth £40
2 Likes #3
Shame not the 2 version
#4
How do these compare to Amazon Fire tablets?
#5
zen123
How do these compare to Amazon Fire tablets?


If you area Prime member then the Fire tablet is well integrated in to the Amazon ecosystem. You also get there excellent customer service. Though you could still install the various Amazon apps on the Hudl.
3 Likes #6
I've got the hudl 2 and it's excellent. Still going strong after 4 years. For 40 quid you can't go wrong and perfect for kids xmas
2 Likes #7
Hudl1?! A bit old in the tooth..... Hudl2s have been this price, and even they're no longer supported.
#8
c.£40 for a 1gb ram refurbished tablet. I'd probably just go for a new fire tablet at a little more or ideally save for a while to get a 1.5/2gb tablet that you will enjoy more.
5 Likes #9
The Hudl 2 is the better model
#10
brilliant tablet for kids
1 Like #11
I know that this tablet has an old Android version and it specs aren't that great but for a kid all they going to do is play a few games on it and then throw it or break it and for £39 you can't complain.
1 Like #12
I've got the hudl 2 which is meant to be a significant upgrade on the first hudl, had lots of issues, found it very laggy, reset it at least 5 times, use it more as an e reader than anything else these days. I wouldn't buy another hudl 2, I certainly wouldn't buy the 1st gen model.
#13
We have a Hudl 1 and Hudl 2, both still going strong. Great for kids.
#14
It's 49 in the link not 39

Edited By: decent1 on Oct 09, 2016 15:05: spells
4 Likes #15
Our Hudl 1 is still going strong, never had any problems. Used daily for stuff like iPlayer and other catchup TV, as well as web browsing etc.
One of it's good points is that it has HDMI out, so we use it for watching videos on a bigger screen when we're away in the motorhome. I don't think any of the versions of Fire have that.
This is a bargain, if it was a Hudl2 I'd snap it up.
1 Like #16
What is the ram size
7 Likes #17
humdan424
What is the ram size


It's more small sheep than ram :D
#18
Probably two of mine somewhere in these that I gave back because the battery life was atrocious, and it was more sluggish than a slug. Kept on freezing. I had these issues with both tablets, so it wasn't a one of.
#19
Perfect
#20
humdan424
What is the ram size


The ram size is 1GB
#21
decent1
It's 49 in the link not 39


Press on Get deal for the £39 one
#22
zen123
How do these compare to Amazon Fire tablets?
Can't speak for these but I couldn't recommend the entry level Amazon Fire tablet to anyone, it's just so clunky and slow.
1 Like #23
Hudl2 is a great tablet just wish the battery life could be improved
3 and a half hours use from a full charge is a bit disappointing.
2 Likes #24
sully01
Hudl2 is a great tablet just wish the battery life could be improved
3 and a half hours use from a full charge is a bit disappointing.
The battery on mine also used to drain when I wasn't using it. I found putting it in airplane mode really helped.
1 Like #25
summerjoo
sully01
Hudl2 is a great tablet just wish the battery life could be improved
3 and a half hours use from a full charge is a bit disappointing.
The battery on mine also used to drain when I wasn't using it. I found putting it in airplane mode really helped.
Thanks for the tip will try it
Cheers
#26
Good find! Heat added!
#27
eBay item number:
162227775227

£5.48 for 2 x leather stand cases delivered!
#28
The operaing system is very dated & open to hackers
1 Like #29
zaax
The operaing system is very dated & open to hackers

Not really, you can still get up to date virus software and web browser have there own security. still use mine for gaming when my main tablet on charge, I would recommend the hudl 2 over the 1 though much more superior in every way.
#30
Yes they are old, yes they have been available cheaper and they no longer have any support, however I challenge you to find a better spec'd tablet for the money! There are 8 of them in our house (I've had 1 Hudl & a Hudl 2 stuck in a boot loop which I haven't been able to recover from so far, 1 Hudl had a weak battery, the only other issues have been "end user" - broken screens, broken USB ports...)
#31
humdan424
What is the ram size
1gb
1 Like #32
Not a bad deal for kids. My boy has one. Not the fastest tablet, but certainly fast enough for most games, videos, etc.. And rugged enough to leave kids alone with it. The battery lasts plenty long enough for "tablet time".

If it's for yourself, go for a HUDL 2 which can be had for £70 second hand - still the best value tablet around, even at retail price (£129). Tesco have also released a Lollipop update for the HUDL 2 (though note: once you upgrade - no root!).

Edited By: Findango on Oct 10, 2016 09:47
#33
This is very bad tablet. Front camera quality is too bad. Heavy too
There are lot of good tablets available on market for cheaper price.
#34
I had one a couple of years ago and it was pretty poor then, very laggy.
Would only recommend as a media player as video was okay and decent sound (at the time).
But really best putting £40 towards a decent tablet.
#35
I didn't think these were still around.
#36
Always found ours very laggy, hardly gets used now. Battery not good either.
Think I'm going to wipe it and just set it up for the kids.

No way I'd buy another
1 Like #37
had the hudl 2. great concept let down badly my the battery. had mine for just over 19 months before it died. was only offered a small cash sum as it was beyond economical repair. if anyone can recommend another unit .....
#38
My version 2 has started to fail (mint condition), the battery has gone - randomly works and the screen gets random lines and shapes. Guess can't complain for that I paid at the time
#39
much better to get Acer Iconia One 7 B1 tablet, 7 inch screen and brand new for £49.

Hudl was very muddle and very cold for me.

Edited By: alex_uk on Oct 10, 2016 16:46
#40
zen123
How do these compare to Amazon Fire tablets?
Both very good, the fire tablet is bigger but can take a bashing and still work. If youR not used to a NON android device then stick to the hudle, it took me a while to get used to the fire. These are ideal for kids who will knock them around and you wont go mental when they destroy it cos the one you had cost a small fortune and they are keen to swipe it from you.


Edited By: mitchx121 on Oct 10, 2016 16:49

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