Tesco is hoping to make tablet computers accessible to a broader range of people with the launch of its 7" Hudl tablet computer.
He said: "This transformation is driving unprecedented level of change within Tesco and an unprecedented level of investment behind the scenes at Tesco."
The Hudl, which will cost £119, or less than £100 using the supermarket's Clubcard vouchers, comes pre-loaded with access to Tesco's shopping sites and digital services such as music and video streaming. As many as 600,000 book titles will also be available via the company's Blink Box ebook service, which is expected to launch before Christmas.
The Android device also comes with a range of other in-built apps, including
The Hudl has a high-definition widescreen display, nine hours of video battery life, and 16GB of memory, which can be extended to 48GB. It has WiFi and Bluetooth, but not 3G or 4G at present.
Tesco said it had consulted customers in creating the tablet, which it said it had designed "from scratch" to ensure that it was what customers want. Hudl will be made in a factory in
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