The other option to consider is Tesco's Hudl tablet. It's £119, has a family-friendly (read: durable) rubberised body, a decent enough display and has helpful apps that take you through the basics of Android. If you're buying a tablet for the little 'uns to use, it might be the one to go for. The MyTablet seems to have taken a couple of design cues from Apple's iPhone 5. It has silver metallic back, with angular edges and a white strip on the back that's very iPhone-esque. It's nowhere near as luxurious as the iPhone though -- as you'd expect, given the cost.
The plain white front is uninspiring and the edges have a slight sharpness to them that makes it feel unfinished, You'll find the usual buttons around the edges -- a volume rocker and power button -- but their placement is unusual, which might take some getting used to, The Bush branding and camera placement suggests it should be held in portrait mode, putting the volume rocker on the bottom, with the power button on the left, In landscape mode, they're awkward to find, You'll also find an HDMI port tucked into the edge, which is great for melancholy iphone case hooking the tablet up to a big TV, A 2-megapixel camera lurks on the back while a 0.3-megapixel camera is on the front for video calling, There's also a microSD card slot, which allows you to expand the 8GB of built-in storage, Crucially, you're able to install apps to the card, not just your music and video, meaning you don't need to worry too much about downloading huge files..
Annoyingly, the card has to be pushed very far inside which I couldn't do with just a finger -- I had to poke it in with a pen. It might not seem like a huge issue, but it suggests that a closer eye on quality control is needed. It's 191mm long, 110mm wide and 9mm thick which is smaller than Tesco's Hudl. It's quite a stark design, clearly aimed more towards those of you looking for a smart-looking device, rather than the plastic, family-friendly stylings of the Hudl. It's inoffensive enough, but there's no question it looks cheap. Pop it in a case if you're heading anywhere with a dress-code.
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The Bad Appalling display; Poor build quality; Sluggish performance; Some annoying software quirks;. The Bottom Line While the Bush MyTablet from Argos has an undeniably low price, its awful screen, sluggish processor and software annoyances mean it's not worth buying, even for £100. For similar money, there are much more enjoyable options to go for. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.