Saving your pennies after a fortnight of festive spending? Brush off your guilt, because we’re here to tempt you to break out your wallet once more on a range of slash-priced tablets.
If you were crossing your fingers and toes for a shiny new slab and got a pair of socks under the tree instead, PC World are giving customers a late Christmas present of £100.99 off the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. Running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the 10.1in tablet is available in white and comes in a 16GB model. A 1.6GHz Dual Core Intel Atom Z2560 processor packs a fast performance alongside 1GB of RAM. Available for only £229.00, it’s a more than decent saving on the RRP of £329.99 that should stand up as a long-term investment thanks to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3’s two year manufacturer’s guarantee.
Those wanting a splash of colour to brighten the dreary January days, meanwhile, may wish to head over to Currys. The electronics giant is selling the Asus MeMo Pad HD in hot pink flavour. Normally retailing for £199.99, the 7in tablet has had £70.99 knocked off its price tag meaning it can be yours for just £129.00. The 16GB model packing Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM which makes it an ideal entry device into touchscreen tablets if you're one of the 50% of Brits who haven't yet bonded with the technological slabs.
Last but not least, Boots is creating room in your toiletry basket for a 10in tablet by offering the Kurio 10S tablet for just £84.99. This is half the device's usual price, normally retailing for £169.99. The Kurio 10S is an excellent family tablet that comes with 8GB of storage and preloaded educational apps free of charge. Parents can implement up to 8 profiles on the tablet, which can be imbued with KurioGenius parental controls to ensure define management, applications and web browsing are carefully monitored if needed. On the specs side of things, the Kurio 10S boasts 2.1-megapixel cameras on both its front and back, built in Wi-Fi, 1GB RAM and a micro SD card slot.