'The G Pad 7.0 offers great value if you can deal with relatively modest performance and a simply average display. '
'As such, it makes a pretty great occasional-use tablet - one that's going to lie on the coffee table or sofa a fair bit. '
'There three users you can add - a regular user with full rights, a restricted user for which you can select what types of apps and functions are accessible and Kids Mode user - designed to give your children access to the tablet without allowing them to pay for services and apps and mess with the system settings. '
The LG G Pad tablets won’t win any awards for best tablet, but they are decent, mid-range devices that will perform most basic tasks well.
'The top of the range 8.9" Kindle Fire HDX boasts a stunningly thin and light design and has an excellent screen, but the lack of access to Google's Play Store means there's a heavy reliance on Amazon's limited apps. '
'Very easy to use'
Built-in tech support, Epic battery life, Great parental controls
An excellent tablet that is essentially a portal to all things Amazon