Cudl up with the world’s first tablet made-for-two

In today’s digital world, Brits are spending more time online at the expense of shared moments with loved ones. In fact, research[1] shows that couples are spending up to a third more time on their devices than with each other, with their digital journeys literally taking them into separate rooms.

With this in mind, Tesco’s tech teams have come up with the best thing for relationships since the Finest dinner-for-two deal.


Introducing the Cudl

Say hello to the Cudl, the 7-inch HD tablet system based on the award-winning Hudl, but now enhanced by a unique coupling tether using our groundbreaking, “springback” technology.

This revolutionary new concept in tablet-to-tablet shareability has been specifically designed to put relationship harmony at the heart of your digital life.

The Cudl has all the power you need, with super-fast 1.5GHz quad-core processor and dual-band Wi-Fi. The 243 pixels-per-inch HD display is perfect for enjoying HD movies side by side, and with up to nine hours of battery life, it’s a great way to spend a romantic night in.

Linked by a soft but durable tether, the tablets-for-two solution is the perfect way to turn online time into quality time, allowing you to capture and share special moments from two unique perspectives. After all, what’s more fun than a selfie…? A double selfie!

Lucy O’Leary, Director of Springback Development at Tesco commented: “We’ve combined the brilliance of the Hudl with the intimacy of a cuddle to put relationship harmony at the heart of your digital experience.”

So, synchronize your keystrokes and turn a digitally shared first kiss into a real lip-smacking moment – you’re never more than a Cudl away.



  • mummymattersmum

    April 1 at 10:16 am

    This must be an APRIL FOOL – isn’t it!!

    1. IamMummyMatters

      April 1 at 10:25 am

      There’s no flies on you, is there Mum! x

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