Huawei MediaPad M3 10" Lite Tablet £209.99 @ Amazon
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Huawei MediaPad M3 10" Lite Tablet £209.99 @ Amazon

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Found 12th Feb
HUAWEI MediaPad M3 Lite 10 (MediaPad M3 Lite 10 for short) is an 10.1-inch tablet computer that incorporates a high-performance octa-core processor (MSM8940) and Wi-Fi data connectivity. With a light metal frame and full-metal effect design, the M3 Lite 10 thickness 7.1mm, weight 460g , Which is stylish and easy to carry. The M3 Lite 10 has an IPS screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels. It comes with a 8 MP front camera and a 8 MP rear camera. With support for high-speed network connections, 1080p full HD video playback, Office, and GPS, BDS positioning and navigation, the M3 Lite 10 is a smart assistant of life entertainment.
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Isn't that the same as this one for £159?

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a-j45 s ago

Isn't that the same as this one for …Isn't that the same as this one for £159?https://ao.com/product/53019354-huawei-mediapad-m3-lite-tablet-grey-52803-252.aspx


couple of inches difference - let's hope that's not ...what she said
rapid1111111 m ago

couple of inches difference - let's hope that's not ...what she said


Oh yeah, obviously can't read this evening.
Annoyingly, much of the decent music production software is iOS only meaning paying Apple prices for a tablet.
Out of stock
danj3032 h, 43 m ago

Out of stock


Are you looking for one? Found it cheaper elsewhere.
a-j15 h, 29 m ago

Isn't that the same as this one for …Isn't that the same as this one for £159?https://ao.com/product/53019354-huawei-mediapad-m3-lite-tablet-grey-52803-252.aspx


That's actually good price, £199 at Argos.
win2614 m ago

Are you looking for one? Found it cheaper elsewhere.


Don't think so. Want something to wall mount, but think I've settled on a 27" touchscreen monitor and a Beelink TV box
So many tablets I have no idea what to buy. The only tablet I owned was a Nexus 7 back in 2012, it didn't last long before breaking...

I think that cost quite a bit at the time and now I imagine you can get better for cheaper.

I just want a cheap tablet for the odd bit of web browsing, music and watching some movies not necessarily netrlix but ones transferred from my pc =)


The Amazon FIRE HD10 looks like amazing value whats the downside?
Edited by: "PizzaTheHutt." 13th Feb
PizzaTheHutt.1 h, 0 m ago

So many tablets I have no idea what to buy. The only tablet I owned was a …So many tablets I have no idea what to buy. The only tablet I owned was a Nexus 7 back in 2012, it didn't last long before breaking...I think that cost quite a bit at the time and now I imagine you can get better for cheaper. I just want a cheap tablet for the odd bit of web browsing, music and watching some movies not necessarily netrlix but ones transferred from my pc =)The Amazon FIRE HD10 looks like amazing value whats the downside?


It runs its own version of Android, meaning that the Play Store isn't readily accessible, unless you start messing about installing APK's.

Shame really as like you say, it looks to be an ideal tablet for the money.
PizzaTheHutt.1 h, 45 m ago

So many tablets I have no idea what to buy. The only tablet I owned was a …So many tablets I have no idea what to buy. The only tablet I owned was a Nexus 7 back in 2012, it didn't last long before breaking...I think that cost quite a bit at the time and now I imagine you can get better for cheaper. I just want a cheap tablet for the odd bit of web browsing, music and watching some movies not necessarily netrlix but ones transferred from my pc =)The Amazon FIRE HD10 looks like amazing value whats the downside?


Which screen size do you need? This Huawei has really good quality Harman Kardon quad speakers, great for movies and music, plus decent 32GB storage.
win261 h, 3 m ago

Which screen size do you need? This Huawei has really good quality Harman …Which screen size do you need? This Huawei has really good quality Harman Kardon quad speakers, great for movies and music, plus decent 32GB storage.


10"
lmulli1 h, 48 m ago

It runs its own version of Android, meaning that the Play Store isn't …It runs its own version of Android, meaning that the Play Store isn't readily accessible, unless you start messing about installing APK's.Shame really as like you say, it looks to be an ideal tablet for the money.



Yeah I see lots of guides on how to let you use play store it looks easy enough to do?


All I want is the watch the odd video and do a bit of browsing. A few games wouldn't hurt either.


Money actually isn't an issue but why waste money. I'm willing to spend up to £250.
Edited by: "PizzaTheHutt." 13th Feb
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