Tesco leave us in awe by announcing a decent Android slab

Tesco have announced details of their Hudl Android tablet and it's surprisingly looking like it might actually be a reasonable piece of kit. The seven inch Android 4.2.2 device runs at a good 1440x900 resolution (offering an impressive PPI of 242.59) and it'll only set you back £119 for the 16GB variant (less for Clubcard voucher holders).

It comes with near-stock Android, and features USB and Micro-HDMI connections. It also includes access to Google Play. It even comes in four colours!

"Hudl is a colourful, accessible tablet for the whole family to enjoy. The first stage in our tablet offering, it’s convenient, integrated and easy to use with no compromise on spec. Customers are quite rightly very discerning about the technology they buy so we knew we had to be competitive on all fronts" said Tesco big cheese Phillip Clark.

Here's the full spec list...

7” 1440 x 900 HD screen
Android Jellybean 4.2.2
16GB storage which can be expanded to 48GB with microSD cards.
Quad-core 1.5GHZ processor
9 hours video battery life (Conditions may vary dependent on video format and content, audio volume, screen brightness and processor load)
Micro-HDMI port
Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
Dual band Wi-Fi for a more stable connection
Access to over a million apps via Google Play™
Comes in 4 colours: black, blue, red, purple
Wi-Fi only
Sleek, high-quality design, with a durable, matte, soft-touch back for better grip
Scratch resistant touch screen
‘Getting started’ app that offers tips and guidance

Check out Tesco's official Hudl page for the full lowdown.

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