Good deal – The Realme Pad Touchscreen tablet at €153.99 (-17%)

The Realme Pad touch tablet is offered at $153.99 at Cdiscount, a drop of around $32 on the usual price. It is currently our best value for money for small budgets.

Realme is entering the French market for touch tablets with its Pad. The smartphone brand is trying it out with a model billed for less than $300 and intended for everyday use, in a neatly designed format.

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Editor's Rating: 3 out of 5
  • RakutenRakuten

    169.31

  • Amazon WarehouseAmazon Warehouse

    183.22

  • Cdiscount MarketplaceCdiscount Marketplace

    186.99

  • Fnac.com marketplaceehealth.com marketplace

    188.00

  • Darty Marketplaceehealth Marketplace

    191.05

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    192.94

  • ElectroDepotElectroDepot

    199.75

  • AmazonAmazon

    219.74

  • Topbiz.frTopbiz.com

    267.66

  • baker.combaker.com

    289.00

  • La Redoute MarketplaceLa Redoute Marketplace

    289.00

How the pricing table works

Realme does not intend to upset the market for touch pads with its Pad. This first slate signed by the Chinese manufacturer offers a service that is quite simple. Its Helio G80 chip nevertheless gives it enough power to browse the web, take advantage of common applications and allow multimedia use, especially since its speakers are quite satisfactory on this point. We also appreciate its expandable memory and its certainly minimalist, but neat design, which makes it possible to compensate for a slightly high charging time and a screen that lacks a little contrast.

Strong points

  • Neat design.
  • Expandable memory.
  • Satisfactory performance in multitasking.

Weak points

  • Poorly controlled color temperature and low contrast.
  • Not very suitable for gaming.
  • Slow charging.

NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).

Alternatively

Lenovo Tab M10 Plus

  • RakutenRakuten

    155.09

  • Fnac.com marketplaceehealth.com marketplace

    159.00

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    175.98

  • LenovoLenovo

    179.90

  • Fnac.comehealth.com

    179.99

  • Darty.comehealth.com

    179.99

  • CrossroadsCrossroads

    179.99

  • E. Leclerc - High-TechE. Leclerc – High-Tech

    183.90

  • CdiscountCdiscount

    184.98

  • La Redoute MarketplaceLa Redoute Marketplace

    187.98

  • ElectroDepotElectroDepot

    189.98

  • Cdiscount MarketplaceCdiscount Marketplace

    190.20

  • reBuyreBuy

    195.99

  • baker.combaker.com

    199.00

  • Used Amazon MarketplaceUsed Amazon Marketplace

    200.99

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    205.89

  • LDLCLDLC

    207.89

  • Topbiz.frTopbiz.com

    213.35

  • Shopping streetShopping street

    217.90

How the pricing table works

Far from being a bad tablet, the Lenovo M10 Plus (3rd Gen) isn’t flawless either. It can easily be used as a family tablet, for young and old alike. Its screen is good, as is its autonomy which will delight more than one. But it shows its limits quite quickly, especially in terms of performance, which even if they are respectable, will find their limits in intensive use. As often with tablets, the photo section is to be reserved for videoconferences.

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