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Argos has said the device is aimed at teenagers and will come with parental controls enabled by default when it g oes on sale Wednesday. Scroll down for video. Datawind's tablet is the latest cut-price device to go on sale in the run up to Christmas. The high-street retailer said the proportion of Argos sales via mobile devices, which include tablets, is now 15 per cent.
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A spokesman added the device has been designed 'with teenagers in mind offering all the functionality of a traditional tablet with built-in parental controls for younger users. It is powered by a 1. Argos claims it has a five-hour battery life. Prices may vary on third-party shops or during promotions.
MyTablet comes with 8GB of memory - half the basic storage of other 7-inch tablets on the market - but does have a MicroSD port that supports an extra 32GB. MyTablet is available in pink, pictured, and silver.
It goes on sale 16 October and is powered by a 1. Elsewhere, the device has a built-in 2MP rear-facing camera plus a low-resolution 0. After Apple dominated the tablet market for years, Google was the first major company to challenge the iPad and, in particular, the later iPad mini with the launch of its Nexus 7 by Asus. Tesco then took it a step further with the launch of its Hudl tablet last month. Argos' plans to pitch this tablet at younger people is a growing trend in the tablet market.
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It also found 61 per cent of three-year-olds and 38 per cent of two-year-olds play and learn on iPads. Tablet usage is often by more casual users of technology, who are likely to be using their device for social media, games and other lightweight means. The budget alternative may be just what they have in mind.
Commenting on the rise of budget tablets, Stephen Ebbett, global director of gadget insurer Protect Your Bubble , told MailOnline: 'There will always be a market for luxe tablets like the iPad, favoured by early adopters and professionals, just as there will always be a market for budget, child-friendly slates. While Oliver Folkard, technology expert at uSwitch. But young families who just want to keep kids entertained won't care. Tablets are changing how and when we get online - and are truly portable.
Tunde Cockshott, Creative Consultant at marketing and technology consultancy Amaze told MailOnline: ' Argos have hit the right price point. In this market the nuances of specs are less important than price. Argos will heavily promote this through their channels and I expect TV adverts. I think they may be onto a winner. And given their marketing power it's hard to see how the Hudl won't be on everyone's gift list come Christmas. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
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