Tesco Hudl

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 77 recensioni su Tesco Hudl. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.7/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.0/5 per altri prodotti. Gli clienti sono entusiasti circa qualità fabbricazione e usabilità. In aggiunta, schermo e prezzo ottengono buone recensioni. Si osservano varie lamentele circa la fotocamera e la dimensione e commenti discordanti su tastiera e durata batteria.

performance, prezzo, schermo, usabilità, qualità fabbricazione

portabilità, dimensione, fotocamera

Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed clienti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri prodotti, Tesco Hudl ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 85/100 = qualità Molto buono.

Analisi recensione

(Basato su 77 recensioni)

Recensioni Esperto  

Recensioni Utente  

Visualizzate 23 recensione/i

Recensioni Esperto Recensioni Utente

Disclaimer:

Di seguito è riportato un elenco di recensioni per questo o prodotti simili. Se pensi che questo raggruppamento è sbagliato, fare clic qui per bandiera.
Per saperne di più sulla nostra pagina delle FAQ.
Visualizza 1 - 10 di 23 Visualizza Recensioni: in Italia | tutte le recensioni

Recensione esperto da : Michael Sawh (trustedreviews.com)

Tesco Hudl

 

Given that the supermarket giant hasn't exactly been renowned for its tech innovation up to now, the Tesco Hudl has taken us a little by surprise. Tesco has stamped its name on the budget tablet market with the release of the Hudl, its very first...

Good value for money ; Micro SD card support ; Really useful startup guide

Slightly sluggish performance ; Poor cameras ; Some screen quality issues

08/2015

Recensione esperto da : Daniel Cooper (engadget.com)

Tesco Hudl review: Can a supermarket chain put out a decent tablet?

 

One may seem like a paragon of modernity compared to its 94-year-old rival, but the UK's two biggest retailers have a lot in common. For starters, both

Good build quality ; Surprisingly good audio ; Google Play access

Dismal camera ; Mediocre performance

Tesco's Hudl tablet can't compete on specs with Amazon's Kindle Fire line, but for customers able to buy this device for £60, all of its relatively minor failings get a free pass.

10/2013

Recensione esperto da (t3.com)

Tesco Hudl review

 

Can a Tesco tablet really be any good?

Sturdy design ; Tesco apps ; Dual-Band WiFi

Tinny speakers ; Poor screen ; Small memory

10/2013

Recensione esperto da (whathifi.com)

Tesco Hudl

 

A superb budget tablet that, while not flawless, shows some of its pricier competition how it's done

Sharp screen ; Snappy processor ; Expandable memory ; Stock Android ; Well-priced

Screen could be brighter ; Design is on the chunky side ; Poor camera ; Contrast could be better

However, many shortcomings are easier to swallow at this price, and for the average user the Tesco Hudl tablet will prove itself to be a great multimedia tablet. It covers the basics and then some, and it does them well.

Recensione esperto da : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Tesco Hudl review

 

Tesco is already a part of the fabric of life in the UK. We'd wager that everyone reading this has been to a Tesco store in the last couple of weeks, even if "just by accident". And now it's set to be even more part of life with the introduction of...

Price point and Clubcard Boost scheme really sells it, microSD card slot for storage expansion, more than capable for majority of tasks, Wi-Fi connectivity, full Android tablet (not just Tesco), Tesco service tie-ins of use

Nexus 7 is an all-round better device, poor sound quality, fingerprints prominent on screen, touch-screen typing had one or two sluggish glitches, Wi-Fi only, chunkier than the competition, do you want Tesco integrated into life?

We've got a lot of love for the Hudl. Considering this is a supermarket-produced product that doesn't involve fruit and veg it does a damn fine job of pretty much anything you'd care to throw at it. Just not tomatoes, don't throw those.

10/2013

Recensione esperto da (stuff.tv)

Tesco Hudl review

 

The Tesco tab is here – the supermarket is flogging a great all-rounder Jelly Bean slate for a tidy £120. What's the catch?

Good all-rounder for the money ; Full access to Google Play apps ; Surprisingly solid build

Weak screen compared to some rivals ; Saunters through some basics tasks, needs to get its jog on

Falling just short of Kindle Fire standards, the Hudl doesn't have us worshipping at the Clubcard altar just yet

10/2013

Recensione esperto da : Jon Mundy (techradar.com)

Tesco Hudl review

 

The Hudl is a bit of a revelation, but only the price will wow you

Great price ; Sharp display ; Ample storage ; Stock OS

Tesco apps mostly pointless ; Appalling camera ; Mediocre speed ; Takes an age to charge

It took a while for Android tablets to really take off, but the combination of a solid OS and capable-yet-cheap hardware has led to success for the Google Nexus 7, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and others.

03/2014

Recensione esperto da : Tom Morgan (expertreviews.co.uk)

Tesco Hudl review

 

Tesco's Hudl tablet is fairly basic, but there's no denying its value

09/2014

PC Advisor Recommended

Recensione esperto da : Chris Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

Tesco Hudl review

 

You could say that the majority of people looking to buy a tablet want an iPad, but at the same time the majority of people can't justify spending £399 or more on one. The next step taken is to find out what is the best tablet they can afford. At £119...

The Tesco Hudl is a budget tablet with a nice design and good build quality. Key specifications are better than the price tag suggests such as the processor and good quality 7 in screen. A microSD card slot and Micro-HDMI port are two reasons to opt...

02/2014

Recensione esperto da : Lauren Dezenski (techadvisor.co.uk)

Argos MyTablet vs Tesco Hudl comparison review

 

Just weeks after Tesco launched the low-cost and arguably high-performing Hudl tablet, Argos has come out with its own: the MyTablet. Read our Argos MyTablet vs Tesco Hudl comparison review to see how the two of the least expensive tablets on the...

The MyTablet might seem like a tempting buy at £99.99, but you'll get more bang for your buck from Tesco's Hudl thanks to its superior screen and processor.

10/2013