Medion LifeTab P9514 Android tablet

Medion LifeTab P9514 review: A run-of-the mill Android tablet that's competitively priced

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 8 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 499.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Lorraine

2.5

1

Pros
Price
Cons
Support
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I bought one of these in Dec 2011. After a few months it had a problem, it would not boot up. Phoned support, which is in the UK, and they advised they would send me a retrieval bag. It never arrived, but I kept trying teh reset and eventually it worked. Last month, I accepted the Android Update to ice cream sandwich, and it started freezing up every few minutes. I emailed support, they advised me to phone. I phoned today and was told they would send a retrieval bag. When I told them the last one didn't come, they advised they were awaiting my proof of purchase, which I would gladly have sent them, except they never asked!!! I enquired as to how long I could expect to be without the machine. When I was told 10 days - I said "Holy s**t!" to which the operator responded by saying goodbye and hanging up on me.

WOLFGANG

0.0

2

Pros
Nothing
Cons
nothing is working
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I put a virgin sim card in not compatable,did the same with a telstra sim card same result, was told from the vergin sales people to put a micro sim card in only to end up, paying Medion 180-dollar,s on top the original Price,have heard that this happen to other customers,I will take legal action against Medion Australia,plus written a letter to Germany Head office, because Medion Australia failed to inform customers here,that only vodavone simcards are working and that is the same as being locked in with a provider and that is an illigal act here in Australia if there are more people with the same problem, I would like to start a class action,please contact me on my email.wschlossus@optusnet.com.au

luc

4.5

3

Pros
tablet medion
Cons
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THe silver band with the logo is just a sticker.scratch it off

dewa

4.0

4

Pros
fast
Cons
battery
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SIM card size is the usual mobile broadband sim card size, same size as a mobile phone sim card. If you meant SD card size, it only take the Micro SD card size, not the regular SD card size.

Greg

4.5

5

Pros
3G Easy to use
Cons
No FM tuner?
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Definitely a fun machine to use and with very goos specs. Price is attractive and 2 year warranty a plus.

Mathew

4.5

6

Pros
Medion P9514
Cons
iPad 2 and the cloud
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Great tablet. I am travelling Asia with it now and have found the micro SD slot a life saver. I can check my photos before I leave a location via the SD card with no need for the cloud or another computer (if it existed in the REAL ASIA). Solar panel charges my equipment.

alison

4.5

7

Pros
3g, price & easy to use
Cons
a bit heavy
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I have an android phone and found this tab very easy to use. I did alot of research before purchasing a tablet and am happy with the performance for the price, represents good value.

Rebecca

4.0

8

Pros
3g and expandable memory
Cons
comparing it to a more expensive tablet
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For the price of this tablet the features are great

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