18 March 2014 | 0
Discount supermarket Aldi is getting in on the low-end tablet space with the Medion Lifetab 7″ Tablet PC. With the latest Android operating system and HD screen, this stunning piece of kit delivers on quality, reliability and performance to help users take care of business.
The Android-powered tablet comes in silver or white, has 16Gb internal memory, 1Gb DDR3 RAM and also boasts Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 compatibility.
Available from 27 March for as long as they last.
HTC is looking to bring some of the finer elements of its high end smartphones to the entry-level market. The Desire 310 has the familiar Blinkfeed interface seen on the HTC One and has a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 5MP camera.
Dell Latitude 13
Going for the education space, Dell’s Latitude 13 Education Series comes in Windows (7/8) and Ubuntu flavours. Under the hood there’s a choice of Intel Celeron or Core i5 processors, 13.3” high definition (1366X768 pixel) display, choice of 500Gb HDD, 500Gb Hybrid drive or 128Gb SSD.
Other options include USB 3, HDMI, an SD card reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LTE connectivity.
Taking a tip from the tablet market, the Latitude 13 is available with either a regular keyboard or touch-sensitive cover to lighten the load.
Price: From €584