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  1. K1tsun3

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    Just wanted to say hi and thanks for this forum. I've have been following for a little while, and now I've finally joined. I currently don't own an android device- did have a HTC but no more. However, I'm currently in the market for an Android Tablet, so I'll defo be looking for advice as well as contributing my thoughts on whichever device I get! :)
     
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    Hello K1tsun, welcome to the forum. Glad you decided to join us here at Android Tablets, it's nice to have you as a member. Enjoy the forum!
     
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    Hi, k1tsun.

    Welcome to our Forum.

    Could you please be a tad bit more specific about what kind of tablet you are looking for : cheap Chinese or inexpensive name-brand? Size is also important : 7", 8", 9" or 10"? The world of Android offers up a vast array of devices. Choose which flavour suits you best, today. And, monitor the Forum for future updates.
     
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    Hi! Thanks for the reply. I posted in another area of the forum for feedback. I'm looking for something reliable that I can use for work/study and gaming/entertainment when travelling. I'm happy with a cheaper known western brand or a Chinese tablet. My main concern with the Chinese tablets is find a reliable seller, preferably a dealer in the UK or EU so there are no import fees.

    Minimum: Quad-core; 1GB RAM; 16GB Storage; MicroSD slot; 7.9"-9.7" (preferably a 9"); HDMI; 6hrs+ battery life
    Prefer: Cortex-A9 over other Quad-cores; 2GB RAM; 8hrs+ battery life

    Budget: Under £200

    I've been looking at PiPo M6, M7Pro and U8, as well as Sumvision, which I understand is a rebranded PiPo.

    I've already found lots of good info on the forum, but still not enough to make a purchase.


     
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    An American reseller out of Hollywood, California that has had decent comments posted on this Forum is SprintTablet. They carry PIPO and the new Ainol Novo Quad Core Series line.
     
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