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Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1 inch Tablet
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-Galaxy-Tab2-10-1-Tablet/dp/tech-data/B0080OT6XU/ref=de_a_smtd

there are aloyt of cheaper tablets on amazon, most i never heard of but this samsung for 238GBP you can be sure of build qulity.. smile.gif
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post #12 of 22
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Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1 inch Tablet
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-Galaxy-Tab2-10-1-Tablet/dp/tech-data/B0080OT6XU/ref=de_a_smtd
there are aloyt of cheaper tablets on amazon, most i never heard of but this samsung for 238GBP you can be sure of build qulity.. smile.gif
Either this, or the Nexus 7/10.
post #13 of 22
Hmm not sure how prices are in the UK, but you mention that iPad battery would die too quick on you. iPad has one of the better batteries among tablets. The only thing I can think of that has better battery are Asus ones with keyboard dock. So try maybe Asus T300 with a keyboard dock? Might be a bit more expensive or around the price you're asking.
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I was talking to a friend that bought the previous version of the kindle and told me it was a nightmare to try to do this - to me this is just unacceptable.

Sounds like PEBKAC. I have no issues reading PDF on my original Kindle Fire.
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Nexus 7 then, IMO. If you want more typing speed and volume then add a bluetooth keyboard. It's a really really nice tablet, looks great, and is super fast. We bought one for my father-in-law.
    
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Originally Posted by Ergates View Post

Nexus 7 then, IMO. If you want more typing speed and volume then add a bluetooth keyboard. It's a really really nice tablet, looks great, and is super fast. We bought one for my father-in-law.
And you forgot to add, CHEAP smile.gif
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LOL! Yeah, but I prefer to call it good value. biggrin.gif
    
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Nexus 7 is a solid tablet, and it's running Android. Not android with a bunch of crap thrown on top of it.

The Nexus 10 at $400 is twice the price, but you get more power, more space and a 2560x1600 screen, which for pdfs, could be amazing.
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LOL! Yeah, but I prefer to call it good value. biggrin.gif
Exactly what I meant tongue.gif Bad wording on my behalf
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It's worth getting a tablet with a very high resolution display for reading PDFs. They look fantastic. I switched from my iPad 3 to my iPad mini and though I love the Mini more I do miss the Retina display. Have you considered buying a second hand or refurbished iPad 3? Some of them are real bargains.
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