The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

We have reviewed a few of these 10″ tablet’s this year but this has to be our favourite to date,neoCore N1 10.1 inch Tablet PC

You’ll be astonished at the slim and sleek design of the neocore N1 together with the display size of 10.1? it just weighs 515g and it is 9mm thick with ultra narrow bezel. Quad Core CPU with 1GB RAM for smooth performance. HDMI. Bluetooth.Dual Camera (2MP). Wireless Display . USB OTG . Memory Card Slot up to 64GB. Battery life up to 7h. New Android 4.4 (KitKat) with well over 1 million apps to download.Flash support.Full web experience. BBC iplayer , ITV player,Skype video chat and many others. 2 Year Warranty and free support. neocore is a British consumer electronics company established in 2010 . N1 is a tablet manufactured by neocore not just a generic device.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

The compact size definitely makes the device great for virtually any travel. N1 is always along with you, wherever you might be.

Quad Core CPU with a powerful graphics processor will assure that a majority of demanding tasks – graphics, multitasking and
multimedia – are all processed within a fast and smooth way, which can be noticed at a first glance.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

Great for Entertainment
With capacitive multi-touch, this device reacts quickly when you press, drag or move. The large screen gives far more
convenient and much better opportunities for browsing the on-line world, reading articles and books, writing e-mails or watching movies.
N1 supports all video,audio formats ,video streaming (netflix, youtube ,iplayer…) wired (HDMI) and wireless display.
You can enjoy all your games and surfing for longer because of 2 cell battery.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

What we thought

The tablet will come in a sturdy sealed and thoroughly protected box; the contents of which includes the tablet that has a protective sponge surround, a UK charging adapter, a set of budget headphones, a micro to standard USB cable, a basic handbook plus a warranty card.

The device feels solid and well engineered. The back features a brushed plastic finish that helps to mask small marks and scratches. The buttons are neat and compact and also the various sockets are easily accessible. It has a Micro HDSC card slot which according to the Neocore helpdesk the N1 will handle cards to as much as 64GB with transfer speeds of 45MB/s. The screen incorporates a factory fitted screen protector. It’s extremely well fitted; on first inspection I did not realised it had one until I spotted the littlest of air bubbles in one corner.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

On first switch on I noticed the tablet was already partially charged so has obviously been tested prior to leaving the factory. Anyone experienced with the Android operating-system will be able to comfortably navigate their way around within a few minutes.

The firmware installed is the latest 4.4.2 Kitkat operating system which is user friendly and easy on the eye. The device is extremely responsive and seamlessly switches from app to app with little or no hesitation. The screen quality is superb for the money, the available viewing angle is a bit limited and the clarity and sharpness is no match for prime end tablets such as the iPad, but at this price you wouldn’t or shouldn’t expect it to be.

The sound output however could be better; the volume is not particularly good even when turned fully up. That said the issue can be easily overcome through the use of some headphones or by connecting the N1 up to a wired or Bluetooth speaker.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

The rear 2.0MP camera is fine for taking basic pictures in daylight or well lit rooms but is not particularly clear in low light conditions. Each and every time I tried they came out dark and quite grainy. There is no built in flash so not really a surprise. The 0.3MP front facing camera is okay for Skype, Viber and other similar video conferencing apps. Wifi works rather well, the N1 found my BT HomeHub immediately and connected without a problem.

I’ve been using it for over a week and it’s never lost connection, is consistent and stable. Battery life is reasonably good too, obviously the greater number of apps you have open and the more demand you put on it the quicker it will drain. Running Bluetooth and Wifi will always cause the juice to drain more rapidly. I’ve found The N1 will usually give me a minimum of 3-4 hours run time before needing a recharge. This can comfortably be extended to 4-5 hours if external connections are disabled and its just used for reading books, playing music through wired headphones, playing less complex games and by turning the screen brightness down a bit.

The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

A few years ago a device with similar performance and features to the Neocore N1 would have set you back about £250. There will no doubt be the purists out there who will tell you it’s not as good as the Samsung Galaxy or iPad. This is true, then again an iPad will cost you 500% more.

The largest negative for me is the lack of availability of a reliable integrated keyboard case. The N1 dimensions are different to any other tablet that’s been produced to date, so all after market cases are not really suitable.

In summary this is an fantastic tablet for the money. The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016 The build quality is great and the N1 will do everything that can be reasonably expected and do it very well.

We would say that as of April 2016 The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016 goes to the neoCore N1 10.1 inch Tablet PC.

Over all 7 out of 10

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The Best Tablet For Under £100 2016

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