Tesco Hudl 2 is colourful and kid-friendly in hands-on
Cisco has created a follow up to it's Hudl tablet, the Hudl 2. It wants to be the tablet for your whole family and costs just a 129 pounds.
So, let's take a look at what's new.
First up a fresh design.
2 has a larger 8.3 inch display with an improved 1920 by 1080 pixel resolution.
It comes in a range of colors and the tablet itself feels very sturdy as well as being slim and light.
The Huddle 2 runs Android version 4.4.2, also known as KitKat.
But Tesco has added quick access to its own services like online shopping or videos through its link box.
It's also got a parental control app.
Which lets you make profiles for family members, restricting the time they can spend using the tablet, the apps they can use.
Or the kinds of websites they
The Hudl 2 is shaping up to be a capable and very affordable tablet.
And we like the ability to make different profiles for different family members.
Let us know what you think, though, and stay tuned for the full review.
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