Tesco HUDL WARNING to all potential customers wishing to buy one, I would just like to make you aware of Tesco's policy regarding said item, my wife purchased a HUDL as a Christmas present for me unfortunately the receipt got mislaid. After 4 weeks use a fault occurred rendering the system unusable, I took this back to the local store where I was told without proof of purchase they would not do anything.
We asked if said item could be repaired and we would even pay, but were told that there is no repair service available so the HUDL is basically scrap, in short if accidentally damaged you have thrown away £119 as nothing will be done receipt or not. You would think that being solely made by Tesco and only sold by Tesco that would be proof enough, this item has only been on the market for around 6 months so can still only fall within the 12 month warranty, but without a receipt of purchase NO. In short if you want no service if you damage your HUDL and have got £119 to throw in the bin then the HUDL is for you.
My Son has the Hudl, and for the price you get Nexus Specs, but a Tesco build.
Dont get me wrong it feels a little chunky compared to the nexus or iPad Air, but it is a fantastic budget 7" tablet. Running the latest version of Jelly Bean(hopefully upgrade to KitKatThe H/W can take it).
Why bother with the other sub £100 dual core 512mb ram when you can have this.
Well done Tesco good job.
Dont get me wrong it feels a little chunky compared to the nexus aor iPad Air, but it is a fantastic budget 7" tablet. Running the latest version of Jelly Bean(hopefully upgrade to KitKatThe H/W can take it).
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