Acer Iconia One 7 Inch 16GB Tablet £49.99 WAS £69.99 ARGOS 2 COLOURS (FREE C&C) - HotUKDeals
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Acer Iconia One 7 Inch 16GB Tablet £49.99 WAS £69.99 ARGOS 2 COLOURS (FREE C&C)

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Acer Iconia One 7 Inch 16GB Tablet £49.99 WAS £69.99 ARGOS 2 COLOURS BLUE: CLICK GET DEAL WHITE: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5152070 FREE C&C Compact and convenient, the new 7-inch…
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Acer Iconia One 7 Inch 16GB Tablet £49.99 WAS £69.99 ARGOS

2 COLOURS

BLUE: CLICK GET DEAL

WHITE: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5152070

FREE C&C

Compact and convenient, the new 7-inch Iconia One 7 makes an ideal affordable tablet for tablet first-timers or parents who want a second tablet for their children.

With the compact and portable design with ips technology, you can fully enjoy and share your favourite media on the go. Its textured anti-slip rear cover also allows for a comfortable grip. Available in white and blue colour options.

Enjoy the smooth, fast and responsive performance of the iconia one 7 on the powerful quad core processor with 16gb of internal storage. Ideal for games, videos and web browsing. You also get an additional boost from the improved performance of android 5.0.

HAPPY SHOPPING!!!
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#1
I recall a time, about 4 years ago (or so?), when the 7" Acer Android Tablet's were knocking around the £100 mark? (or there about's?), now £50 odd is the standard more accepted norm'?. :-)

How time's have changed ...
#2
I'm surprised this hasn't become hot yet?. :-(
#3
amour3k
I recall a time, about 4 years ago (or so?), when the 7" Acer Android Tablet's were knocking around the £100 mark? (or there about's?), now £50 odd is the standard more accepted norm'?. :-)
How time's have changed ...

Welcome to tech.
Businesses write off hardware purchases over 5 years, so your £100 four year old tablet would be worth £20 now. Pretty much all smartphones bought in the last 4 years will have better specs than this tablet, bar the screen size. Windows tablets with better specs have been available for years too, so this thing is over-priced and/or underpowered.
#4
amdavies
amour3k
I recall a time, about 4 years ago (or so?), when the 7" Acer Android Tablet's were knocking around the £100 mark? (or there about's?), now £50 odd is the standard more accepted norm'?. :-)
How time's have changed ...
Welcome to tech.
Businesses write off hardware purchases over 5 years, so your £100 four year old tablet would be worth £20 now. Pretty much all smartphones bought in the last 4 years will have better specs than this tablet, bar the screen size. Windows tablets with better specs have been available for years too, so this thing is over-priced and/or underpowered.

Lol. (_;)
#5
Wouldn't recommend this, quite slow at times and sometimes have to repeatedly tap to open apps etc
#6
One of the worst tablets. Stay away !!


Edited By: CoGShopper on Dec 28, 2016 23:45
#7
I bought one of these about a year ago or so from Sainsburys( got it for £49 on clearance at the time), I think they're pretty decent for 50 quid. Only gripe with these is that their wifi strength isn't that great and you have to be fairly close to a router for it to get good signal. Great for browsing the internet at home or watching movies on the go. It handles games like GTA SA just fine.
#8
Very similar to the kindle fire 7 spec wise.

Seems like an ok deal regardless as it will be standard android.

Not sure how I feel about the low spec tablets tbh.

Edited By: minicale on Dec 29, 2016 14:05: Accidentally hit enter too early
#9
Apologies if I've missed something but all the links show a price of £69.99?

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