Best 9.7" (1024x768) tablet for about £150 ($250)?

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  1. IvorB

    IvorB Member

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    Hi.

    I am interesting in buying my first tablet and was looking for advise about which to choose.
    There seems to be loads to choose from.

    Mandatory requirements are:
    • 9.7" (1024 x 768)
    • Android 4
    • CPU at least 1GHz
    • 1GB RAM DDR3 memory
    • 16GB storage
    • USB OTG
    • Dual Camera

    Nice to have are:
    • HDMI out
    • Bluetooth
    • GPS

    I quite like the SANEI N90 but its a shame the real camera is just 2.0.

    Main usages are:
    • Reading PDFs
    • Internet browsing
    • Apps like facebook
    • Some games like Angry birds.

    Can anyone recommend a better/suitable tablet?
     
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    vampirefo. Senior Member Developer

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    Momo11 is close to those specs.
     
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    I have sanei n90 & I'm very happy with it. Most tabs only have 2.0 mp cameras. Some are 2.0 front and back (sanei isn't) but the only one I know with a better camera is the onda vi40 elite which is 1.3 front & 5.0 rear. Some are advertised as 'dual 2.0' but are really only the same as this sanei so make sure you confirm its 2 x 2.0 if that's what you want. The camera isn't too bad but I wouldn't buy a tab for photo's. I myself would look for more memory and higher specs. The onda has this (if you get the 16gb version). Most of the others there's not a lot to choose between them. Is it front or rear camera that's important? If rear id go for the onda. If front then look for a model that has 2.0mp front and back.

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    To be honest - you're probably right about the camera. So many tablets seem to have similar specs - I was trying to find the "best" one. Are there any major differences between Sanei N90 and Window N90? They seem comparable but the Window seems to cost a bit more?

    If CPU, RAM and storage were the main concerns, what is the best 9.7" tablet for £150 ($250)?
     
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    All I can find is the camera location. I was going to get the yuandao, but the deal at mcbub for the sanei was for me, a safer bet. Mainly coz of dhl free shipping rather than china post. It would've cost about the same, but mcbub, being a supporting vendor on here swung it.,

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    Thanks everyone..... :)
     

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