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Old 17th June 2017, 09:07 PM
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Android Tablets

Anyone know of a reasonable current Android Tablet from actual experience not just a magazine write up, preferably with 1280x720 or above resolution and qualcomm hardware (absolute maximum 10.1" screen)? It doesn't have to run Nougat but Lollipop would be good.

I've used a Lenovo Tab 2 A10-30 and found it tediously slow. You'd expect those performance levels from a £50 generic tablet with half as much RAM and CPU power.

I'm not really interested in the Amazon Fire HD line up either, I need something that will connect to Chromecast and the NAS without having to root and sideload Play Store.
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