Help Choosing Right Tablet

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  1. SBJ

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    Hi there...

    I am new to this place. I have been searching for a good 7" budget tablet for quite some time now, and I read a lot about the different tablets but I still cannot decide.

    I have narrowed it Down to two different tablets: the german Lidl tablet: TrekStor Surftab Xiron 7 HD and the French: Archos 70B Titanium. Both tablets get good reviews considering their pricepoint.

    The trekstor has better specs: the newest version of jellybean and a quadcore processor, but I think i have read complaints about it being unresponsive a times.

    My main priorities are: responsiveness/speed: i surf the internet a lot and watch a lot of videos, and I game quite a bit too. And i need it to have HDMI which they both do.

    I was hoping that you guys could help me decide by telling me about your experiences with the device(s).

    Thanks in advance.

    Stefan
     
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    Maybe you can expand your eyes, look at the other good 7 inch tablets, such as : AINOL NOVO 7 AX1 or Ainol NOVO 7 Venus , all very good 7 inch tablets, and all support HDMI . Hope you can like !
     
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    Ampe A85 is a decent tablet , but not a nice cost performance tablet , I think .
     
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    I don't mean to be rude but that was not that helpful. Sorry.
    I am searching for some personal experience with the tablets, if possible. I am not really looking for alternatives - though I do pay attention to suggestions.

    Not quite sure where you are going with the last post?

    But thanks anyway.
     
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    If indeed you're willing to entertain suggestions, then I would strongly advise you to take a look at Polaroid's Q7, Q8 and Q10 Android tablets. They all run a quad-core processor and will use Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box. There’s an HDMI port for you to connect the device to a larger TV display. And, there’s also a front mounted speaker system which is useful when watching movies.
     
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    They do seem quite good for budget tablets. Unfortunatly they do not appear to be sold in Denmark.

    Appreciate the suggestion though. Thanks.
     

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