ASUS Z300M ZenPad 10.0 Tablet £129.95 inc 2 year warranty @ John Lewis
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ASUS Z300M ZenPad 10.0 Tablet £129.95 inc 2 year warranty @ John Lewis

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Found 22nd Jun 2017
Not a bad price with the 2 year warranty, good no frills tablet.

Balancing beauty and strength, the Asus ZenPad 10.0 has a clean, simple look to add a touch of technical elegance to every outfit, while ensuring you can easily keep your social-media followers up to date with the latest trends in fashion. It’s designed to capture high-resolution photosm and videos with the PixelMaster camera and cinematic audio to make the entertainment leap off the screen.
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The ZenPad 10.0 is powered by a MediaTek 8163 processor (quad-core, 64 bit). Built for portable devices, it offers smooth, responsive performance and immersive entertainment.
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darn, thought it might have been full HD
Better to buy Lenovo Refurbished 10.1 from Argos ebay for £ 74.99. same spec. (_;)
I remember picking this tablet up for £99 in December. It's a very nice tablet. +1
Beauty? It's a tablet not a supermodel
sohi

Better to buy Lenovo Refurbished 10.1 from Argos ebay for £ 74.99. same … Better to buy Lenovo Refurbished 10.1 from Argos ebay for £ 74.99. same spec. (_;)



​I'm being lazy - link?
sohi22nd Jun

Better to buy Lenovo Refurbished 10.1 from Argos ebay for £ 74.99. same …Better to buy Lenovo Refurbished 10.1 from Argos ebay for £ 74.99. same spec. (_;)


Or the same one, New, at £98.99.

hotukdeals.com/dea…294

Different CPUs. Not sure which is better. Mediatek vs Snapdragon 212.
Edited by: "M1sterDeeds" 24th Jun 2017
Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are linking too? Was considering buying one new (not sure about refurbs, and it's only £98.99), but then saw this tab. Any big differences, other than the 2 year warranty potentially being useful?
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77andyb

Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are … Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are linking too? Was considering buying one new (not sure about refurbs, and it's only £98.99), but then saw this tab. Any big differences, other than the 2 year warranty potentially being useful?



The main differences seem to be the speakers on the front for the Asus, up to 128gb SD card Asus vs 64gb on Lenovo, the processors are different but similar performance, 1 year extra warranty and I think the Asus has a very slightly sleeker look.
toaster

The main differences seem to be the speakers on the front for the Asus, … The main differences seem to be the speakers on the front for the Asus, up to 128gb SD card Asus vs 64gb on Lenovo, the processors are different but similar performance, 1 year extra warranty and I think the Asus has a very slightly sleeker look.



Many thanks
Mabutu

I remember picking this tablet up for £99 in December. It's a very nice … I remember picking this tablet up for £99 in December. It's a very nice tablet. +1



****!, hehehe, how long ago was that please?. :-)
Ironically, I came here deliberating the same?, hahahaha.

That link you speak of is here:

hotukdeals.com/dea…294

77andyb

Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are … Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are linking too? Was considering buying one new (not sure about refurbs, and it's only £98.99), but then saw this tab. Any big differences, other than the 2 year warranty potentially being useful?

77andyb

Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people … Can anyone clarify if this is any better than the Lenovo Tab 3 people are linking too? Was considering buying one new (not sure about refurbs, and it's only £98.99), but then saw this tab. Any big differences, other than the 2 year warranty potentially being useful?



Thanx for that, lol.

Is this OP's Deal worth that extra £30 odd though? (over the similarly comparable cheaper alternative?), or .....

Thanx. :-)
amour3k

Ironically, I came here deliberating the same?, hahahaha.That link you … Ironically, I came here deliberating the same?, hahahaha.That link you speak of is here:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-tab-3-10inch-16gb-2gb-ram-tablet-98-99-argos-2722294Thanx for that, lol.Is this OP's Deal worth that extra £30 odd though? (over the similarly comparable cheaper alternative?), or .....Thanx. :-)



I think it's one of those times where it's down to your individual requirements. If you want to watch / listen to stuff through the tablet and its integral speakers a lot, then this one might be better due to the speakers being at the front. If you want to store shiploads of stuff on your tablet, again, this one might be better as it allows for a larger capacity Micro SD card. The 2 year warranty that comes with this may come in useful if something goes wrong with the device. John Lewis are usually pretty good, my wife took her Galaxy Note 4 back when it went all screwy after 20 months, and no amount of troubleshooting or factory resetting sorted the problem. John Lewis took it back, and returned it in perfect working order, I think they replaced the whole motherboard.

However if you want a cheaper tablet (about 25% cheaper), and would mainly use it for browsing, casting, and are more likely to use earphones or a speaker for sound, the Argos one would probably do. With it being £30 cheaper you probably wouldn't mind so much about not having the 2 year warranty. I know very little about tablets, never had one, but it just seems to me that there's not much between these two, so you probably just need to base the decision on "Is it worth paying £30 more for an extra year of warranty, front facing speakers, and the capability to expand storage by a fair bit more than the Lenovo?"

I myself am paralysed by indecision which isn't unusual for me, so I might read a few reviews of both tabs, make a decision and then find out that my choice is no longer on offer!
77andyb

I think it's one of those times where it's down to your individual … I think it's one of those times where it's down to your individual requirements. If you want to watch / listen to stuff through the tablet and its integral speakers a lot, then this one might be better due to the speakers being at the front. If you want to store shiploads of stuff on your tablet, again, this one might be better as it allows for a larger capacity Micro SD card. The 2 year warranty that comes with this may come in useful if something goes wrong with the device. John Lewis are usually pretty good, my wife took her Galaxy Note 4 back when it went all screwy after 20 months, and no amount of troubleshooting or factory resetting sorted the problem. John Lewis took it back, and returned it in perfect working order, I think they replaced the whole motherboard.However if you want a cheaper tablet (about 25% cheaper), and would mainly use it for browsing, casting, and are more likely to use earphones or a speaker for sound, the Argos one would probably do. With it being £30 cheaper you probably wouldn't mind so much about not having the 2 year warranty. I know very little about tablets, never had one, but it just seems to me that there's not much between these two, so you probably just need to base the decision on "Is it worth paying £30 more for an extra year of warranty, front facing speakers, and the capability to expand storage by a fair bit more than the Lenovo?"I myself am paralysed by indecision which isn't unusual for me, so I might read a few reviews of both tabs, make a decision and then find out that my choice is no longer on offer!



Hehehehehe, I definitely hear you on that, lol.

Thanx for taking that time out to break it down for me anyway. :-)
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