Tesco has unveiled the Hudl 2 tablet, an 8.3in Intel-powered device that will sell for £129.
The Hudl 2 follows the original Tesco Hudl tablet, which the firm claims has sold 750,000 units in 12 months.
The device improves on its predecessor in almost every respect, touting an upgraded 8.3in Full HD display, a quad-core Intel Atom processor and Google's Android 4.4 Kitkat mobile operating system, as opposed to the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on the original tablet.
Tesco has not modified the look and feel of Google's software, but has stuffed the tablet full of its own applications.
Following in the footsteps of Amazon's Fire tablets, the Hudl 2 has an app for groceries, Tesco Direct and Clubcard, among others. According to the firm, more than 60 percent of its online grocery orders are now placed on mobile devices.
There is also a parental control service pre-loaded onto the Hudl 2, allowing owners to limit how long their kids spend on the tablet each day.
The Hudl 2 is slimmer than the original, although Tesco has not specified the exact dimensions, and it will be available in eight colours at launch - more than last year's offering.
The tablet also features dual 5MP and 1.2MP cameras, 16GB of internal storage expandable up to an additional 32GB, an eight-hour battery life and Dolby-optimised audio technology, likely to bolster the preloaded Blinkbox media software.
The Hudl 2 will go on sale on 9 October, priced at £129. The firm noted that the tablet can be picked up from as little as £65 using its Clubcard Boost rewards scheme. Check back soon for our Hudl 2 hands-on review.
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