Tablets... They're so confusing.

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I've really been looking into getting a tablet lately, but Amazon and Google makes it seem so confusing... I see these strange knock-offs and I don't trust them very well.


What I was really looking for was a cheap Android tablet... I'd appreciate the help.
 

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Wacom bamboo is a great tablet for beginners, and kinda cheap too
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I've read in alot of places that the Camangi Webstation is a pretty good and reliable tablet, but its about 275$ on Amazon..

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Wacom bamboo is a great tablet for beginners, and kinda cheap too
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Oh, I meant things like the iPad... Umm, thanks for the help though.
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Also, something that's compatible with the Android market? Sorry for being picky.
 

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Edit: beat me to it haha
I think he is looking for an 'ipad-esque' tablet but with actual PC functions. I only know of Galaxy Tab (android) so far, but I haven't looked too much into it as I am waiting for those really cheap indian tablets to make it to EU or at least someone to match the technology for under £100
These tablets so far only come on contract or around £400
 

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DeadLocked said:
Edit: beat me to it haha
I think he is looking for an 'ipad-esque' tablet but with actual PC functions. I only know of Galaxy Tab (android) so far, but I haven't looked too much into it as I am waiting for those really cheap indian tablets to make it to EU or at least someone to match the technology for under £100
These tablets so far only come on contract or around £400
There's always that terrible NEXT tablet.
 

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DeadLocked said:
Edit: beat me to it haha
I think he is looking for an 'ipad-esque' tablet but with actual PC functions. I only know of Galaxy Tab (android) so far, but I haven't looked too much into it as I am waiting for those really cheap indian tablets to make it to EU or at least someone to match the technology for under £100
These tablets so far only come on contract or around £400

Its £499
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, plus contract fee for 1GB internet usage, at Carphone Warehouse and just about everywhere else except direct from O2 where its £599
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I used to have a Augen Android tablet, that is for sale at kmart, and sideloaded the Android market on, it had a resistive touch screen though. it was a decent tablet, biggest issue is most apps weren't designed for it's res and non-capacitive screen, some apps refused to run on it all.
 

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murkurie said:
resistive touch screen though.

Yeechh. I know this topic isn't about my preferences, but that would be a deal breaker for me. Resistive touch screens are much less responsive and precise.
 
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