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Topic # 189078 16-Dec-2015 11:33
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Dear All,

I need to buy afffordable tablet for my 10 year daughter. She needs it for watching cartoons movies, play games and take pictures mainly. I had couple of options mentioned below which are in my range. Any suggestion which one is best to buy. Thanks!!!

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 8 GB

 

Lenovo Tab 2 A7 7-Inch Tablet 16GB

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition 8 GB

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1451463 16-Dec-2015 11:48
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I've been looking for affordable tablets for my nephew, and the one that seemed to stand out the most was the Lenovo A10; from $344 (PB Tech) for a 10" tablet.  Notably, it's a better resolution than most in this cheaper price bracket. I had a play on one in NL's and it appeared pretty good value for the money (my nephew looks like he'll get this).

http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=
https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/tablets/tablet-computers/lenovo-za000040au-10-1-full-hd-tablet/prod138940.html

I haven't read many positive things about the cheaper Samsung tablets.

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  Reply # 1451464 16-Dec-2015 11:49
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Whatever you do, a good thing to add to your tablet is Norton Parental Control software - manage how long she can use the tablet, what sites to block/allow, etc...






 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1451468 16-Dec-2015 11:52
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Anything you can suggest under $200.00. Lenovo A10 is on higher side.

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  Reply # 1451477 16-Dec-2015 12:00
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The specs are not amazing, but I greatly prefer the Huawei Mediapad tablets over any of the Lenovo range...

The have better build quality, and better software (nice, useful software customization).
Huawei Mediapad 7 Inch 3G

Huawei Media Pad 10 Inch

They have them on display at Harvey Norman too, so I suggest you go and have a look.
edit: the non 3g versions are cheaper too





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  Reply # 1451483 16-Dec-2015 12:05
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Ok, will go and look at them. Thanks!!!

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