Tesco have debuted on the tablet market with an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet titled the Hudl. At a low price of £119 the tablet looks set to even give the Nexus 7 a run for it’s money with the promise of pretty decent specs and a rather attractive form.
Packing a 1.5Ghz quad-core processor, 7-inch screen at 1440 x 900 pixels, cameras on the front and rear and something in the region of 9 hours battery life. GPS is there alongside a Micro HDMI port for video output and even Bluetooth 4.0. It will come with 16GB of storage and microSD slot. Nothing indicates 3G or 4G variants right now.
Tesco has filled the tablet with their own offerings for media consumption, such as BlinkBox Movies, BlinkBox Music and Clubcard TV. The two former apps are relatively well established with Movies offering over 10,000 films in its library, while Music boasts a collection of over 10 million tracks. In addition Google’s service are included and the Play store.