Aldi get in the tablet game with Lifetab

6 December 2013

Aldi are going to launch their own tablet for under £80 as it climbs on the bandwagon of Tesco and Argos who launched their own budget devices.

The 7-inch Medion Lifetab E7316 will be available in stores from Sunday for £79.99, but stocks are limited. It'll have 8GB of storage and a screen resolution of 1024x600 with a four hour battery life. Not great, but this is clearly aimed at the starter market.

aldilifetab

Aldi's Lifetab weighs 301g and runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean processor on a 1.6GHz quad-core CPU. It has front and rear facing cameras with 0.3MP and 2MP resolutions respectively. You can up the memory with a card if it doesn't have enough space for you.

The main thing here is that this tablet undercuts MyTablet and the Hudl device by £20. Tempted?

TOPICS:   Technology   Gadgets

3 comments

  • Tits M.
    Oi, fuck you mods!! I had my obligatory swear word in my post, so why am I awaiting moderation, what am I missing? Oh yeah... fox bumming... fucking morons
  • WTF
    IS THAT RESOLUTION REAL ?
  • Betty S.
    You wrote "The 7-inch Medion Lifetab E7316 will be available in stores from Sunday for £79.99" and "The main thing here is that this tablet undercuts MyTablet and the Hudl device by £20. Tempted?" yet the article just above this one about the Hudl quite clearly states that the Hudl is priced at £119. Thick fuck.

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