One of the cheapest Android tablets available, the Tab A is Samsung’s most affordable model, and doesn’t sacrifice too much of what makes Samsung tablets so impressive. Although it only packs 2 gigabytes of RAM, the Galaxy Tab A is still perfectly capable of performing everyday tasks. It may just be a little slower than some other (pricier) devices. For less than £200, you’re getting an advanced Samsung tablet that oozes usability, with a sleek metal design, crisp LED display, and an impressive Dolby sound system. The only downside you may find is that the tablet isn’t compatible with any of the S Pen range right now, although you can invest in a Samsung keyboard if that floats your boat. .
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