Tesco has entered the tablet market after unveiling its own low-priced device called the Hudl.
The Hudl has a seven-inch screen, runs Google's Android operating system and will be priced at £119 - compared to £399 for Apple's iPad.
The supermarket hopes the Hudl will boost online shopping and drive sales of digital entertainment content.
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