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newbie android help?

quintusIV
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Registered: ‎09-11-2013

newbie android help?

Hello,
New to the forum , plusnet customer for a couple of years.
These new Android tablet gizmos have interested me and  I am wondering which one to buy Undecided,  Does Plusnet support Android , I have seen instructions for connecting to the internet for I phones and I pads, but no mention of Androids?.
Thankns
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Re: newbie android help?

Yes you can connect an android tablet with no problem.
I even managed to connect my better half's without reading the manual
quintusIV
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Registered: ‎09-11-2013

Re: newbie android help?

Thanks.
AndrewLorimer
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Re: newbie android help?

Hello quintusIV,
Now I haven't used one, but you may like to view the 'Google Chromebook Pixel'.
Have a look at this link: http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/chrome/devices/chromebook-pixel/#pixel-footer
Andrew
anniesboy
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Re: newbie android help?

I have an original Nexus 7,works well , screen is a little small for watching iplayer etc.
But a great bit of kit.
SuperZoom
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Re: newbie android help?

An older relative bought the Tesco Hudl.
I set it up for them and was enormously impressed with it.
Would definitely recommend it for general use.
Good value entry point if you don't know what to get or what to look for: it only costs 60 quids worth of Tesco points, or £119 of convertible currency, so you wouldn't be making any kind of mistake even if you later found yourself addicted to demanding games (or wanted a slightly more responsive interface) and moved to something more powerful.
I've been an Android phone and tablet user ever since the G1 was first released, if that helps to put the recommendation in context.