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ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (ME70C), 7" Tablet, 8GB, WiFi - White £69.00 at TESCO

£69.00 @ Tesco Direct
ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (ME70C), 7" Tablet, 8GB, WiFi - White £69 at TESCO SonicMaster audio technology for an immersive sound experience 7" LED backlight WSVGA (1024x600) display Intel® Atom™ Dual-C… Read More
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ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (ME70C), 7" Tablet, 8GB, WiFi - White £69 at TESCO

SonicMaster audio technology for an immersive sound experience

7" LED backlight WSVGA (1024x600) display

Intel® Atom™ Dual-Core processor, up to 8hr battery life
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#1
Hot from me. Thank you
#2
Saw in local tesco there were plenty of them. Great price. Voting hot.
#3
Hot indeed
#4
Hot Price
2 Likes #5
Don't forget this isn't the newer 4.4 Kitkat version in case that's what you want.Model no ME176CX for that
#6
Looks to be same price on Amazon at the moment
#7
Silverwolf
Looks to be same price on Amazon at the moment


And only 99p more in Argos.
#8
Great price.
1 Like #9
Silverwolf
Looks to be same price on Amazon at the moment

Tesco are going bust because they pay too many people on this website to post instore wild goose chase deals/ vote hot on things that are luke-warm X)
1 Like #10
This tablet will be seriously laggy, we have one of their quad core memopads and that only just copes.
3 Likes #11
dewonderful
Silverwolf
Looks to be same price on Amazon at the moment
Tesco are going bust because they pay too many people on this website to post instore wild goose chase deals/ vote hot on things that are luke-warm X)

Get. A. Life.
1 Like #12
Isn't the Linx with the MS Subscription a better deal??

Honestly, I am an Android man .. and I have the Xoom (yes i know its ancient) - which i have been meaning to upgrade ... the Quad Core Linx running Windows 8.1 seems to be a good bet .. how is this dual core tablet measure against the Linx 7 - which is being sold for a £10 more?
#13
Polax
Isn't the Linx with the MS Subscription a better deal??

Honestly, I am an Android man .. and I have the Xoom (yes i know its ancient) - which i have been meaning to upgrade ... the Quad Core Linx running Windows 8.1 seems to be a good bet .. how is this dual core tablet measure against the Linx 7 - which is being sold for a £10 more?

Which linx are you referring to?
#14
ukez
Polax
Isn't the Linx with the MS Subscription a better deal??

Honestly, I am an Android man .. and I have the Xoom (yes i know its ancient) - which i have been meaning to upgrade ... the Quad Core Linx running Windows 8.1 seems to be a good bet .. how is this dual core tablet measure against the Linx 7 - which is being sold for a £10 more?

Which linx are you referring to?


TBH i bought the linx from the previous black friday deal and it is a bit laggey once you download a few apps so not that great
#15
Hot for the price.
#16
ukez
Polax
Isn't the Linx with the MS Subscription a better deal??

Honestly, I am an Android man .. and I have the Xoom (yes i know its ancient) - which i have been meaning to upgrade ... the Quad Core Linx running Windows 8.1 seems to be a good bet .. how is this dual core tablet measure against the Linx 7 - which is being sold for a £10 more?

Which linx are you referring to?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Linx7-32GB-Tablet-Intel-Quad-Core-Windows-8-1-FREE-MS-Office-12mth-Subscription-/191398987339?pt=UK_Computing_Laptops_EH&hash=item2c9044c64b
#17
anthony401
dewonderful
Silverwolf
Looks to be same price on Amazon at the moment
Tesco are going bust because they pay too many people on this website to post instore wild goose chase deals/ vote hot on things that are luke-warm X)

Get. A. Life.


Yeah he should get a life!!

Now can I use my staff discount with this offer??

;)
#18
I hear its double clubcard points this sunday so maybe worth waiting till then :)
#19
#20
I bought the ME176CX for £70 around black friday, glad I went for it now.
1 Like #21
Johnlewis sold them for £50 on black friday...
#22
bought 3 of these from John Lewis on black Friday for £50 each. can't complain. do the job well :)
#23
Bought the 4G 16gig ME372CL twin speaker version for just over £90 abroad.

Very impressed, & never found any lagging issues with the twin core hyperthreading atom.

Only issue is finding a case or screen protector for a new model, as the speakers buttons & camera holes etc vary.

Came with 4.2 but updated to 4.4 on its own in two stages about two days apart.

Just need something to keep it above the wheel in the car for satnav, TV, radio, news, calls, messages, clock,hukd browsing!
#24
I guess as a "spare" tablet (or one for the kids to wreck), I guess I can see some point to this tablet, but otherwise it's not really spec'd highly enough to be your main device (I frankly cringed at the 1024x600 res :-( ). This is esecially true when good spec devices like the Hudl 2, Nexus 7 2013 and LG G Pad 8.3 can be found at affordable prices now.

I personally thought 2014 was a dsappointing year for good-spec'd Android tablet releases - the Nexus 9 blew it with a ludicrous 4:3 aspect ratio, the Tab S 10.5" launched far too expensively (Black Friday knocked it down to the 249 quid price it should have been) and the Tab S 8.4" was also overpriced. Still not seen an 8-9" tablet (sorry, 7" is soooo 2012 :-) ) at decent price/specs that betters the LG G Pad 8.3 I bought last year (oh, i must be able to run CyanogenMod of course!).
#25
How does it compare to galaxy tab 4
#26
anyone else find this really slow? bit disappointed with it
#27
Now £99 so expiring it.

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