AndyPad Andy Pro




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By Wired UK on 70

The Andy Pad Pro isn't intended as a high-end rival to the like of the iPad 2, but as a few-frills, fun and relatively cheap tablet, it's got quite a lot going for it. But if you can get by with a lower quality screen, the basic Andy Pad is more of a...

By on 80

Whatever Andy Pad's makers say, the iPad 2 it ain't. But that doesn't mean it's easy to dismiss. Sure, build quality could be better, and we'd have liked a bit more RAM to make applications zip along smoothly. But to our minds, the compromises that...

By CNET UK on 60

While the 7-inch Andy Pad Pro rights many of the wrongs of its cheaper sibling, it looks less impressive when compared to other similarly priced Android tablets. It's still worth a look if you're on a tight budget,...

By Engadget on

When reviewing an Android Tablet, the question to ask is "Why this device over another?" In this case, it's because for the price of an iPad 2, you can have two £180 ($280) AndyPad Pros with enough change left over for a meal out. It's wise to mention...

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It might have a funny name, but the 7in Andy Pad Pro is a smart choice if your budget beats the Kogan but can't stretch to a big-name buy. Despite the odd graphics glitch and Android 2.3 OS, it's swift and capable of dealing with most tasks thrown at...