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Bush Spira B2 7 Inch FHD 32GB Tablet with 2GB RAM - Black £69.99 @ Argos

£69.99 @ Argos
Top specifications Display: 7 inch screen. Resolution 1920 x 1200 pixels. IPS technology. Multi-touch screen. LED backlit display. Support for simultaneous display of multiple la… Read More
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Top specifications

Display:

7 inch screen.

Resolution 1920 x 1200 pixels.

IPS technology.

Multi-touch screen.

LED backlit display.

Support for simultaneous display of multiple languages.

Specifications:

1.3GHz MediaTek mtk 8163 quad core processor.

2GB RAM.

32 GB internal storage.

Android 6 (marshmallow) operating system

General features:

Built-in speaker.

Webcam.

Wi-Fi enabled.

Bluetooth - enabling you to easily and wirelessly connect with other Bluetooth enabled devices.

3.5mm stereo headphone jack.

Microphone.

microSDHC memory card slot.

Micro USB.

Additional information:

Up to 5 hours battery life (depending on usage).

8.5mm thin.

Size H18.9, W11.1cm.

Weight 267g.

Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

Moved to computers section as no SIM card slot
- mynameisthehulk
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I can just imagine all those comments on Christmas day "lets have a look at your Bush" etc

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1 Like #1
2GB of RAM
Quadcore processor
1920x1200 px IPS panel
32gb of storage
Android 6.0.

Am I missing something here or should this not be smoking hot. Yes I know it's a Bush branded tablet and no HDMI output.

Also just noticed also offers SD card slot and 2 years warranty.

Edited By: Astec123 on Dec 06, 2016 03:58
1 Like #2
battery capacity?
1 Like #3
Astec123
2GB of RAM
Quadcore processor
1920x1200 px IPS panel
32gb of storage
Android 6.0.
Am I missing something here or should this not be smoking hot. Yes I know it's a Bush branded tablet and no HDMI output.
Also just noticed also offers SD card slot and 2 years warranty.

It does have an HDMI socket.

The specs alone make it hot.


Edited By: reddit on Dec 06, 2016 04:54
1 Like #4
I believe Bush smart phones and tablets are manufactured by Archos, as were the Tesco Hudl tablets. Any Hudl fans wanting to update their hardware should give these serious consideration.
2 Likes #5
Poor battery life.
2 Likes #6
10 inch version HERE for £109.99.
Shame there's no 4G on these.
#7
This sounds really good. Is it definitely 32gb tho? I know argos says it, but it also says expandable to 32gb with sd card. Does anyone have one and can confirm
1 Like #8
It is 32gb.
And 2gb of Ram.
Marshmallow.
HDMI.
Not used it in anger yet but seems excellent bit of kit.
No brainer really when you look at the spec compared to what other tablets are going hot on here!!


Edited By: Baldalbieash on Dec 06, 2016 07:12: Update
#9
suggestion is it's an Archos 80 Oxygen....
1 Like #10
Specs look really good for the price, but I can't find much on the CPU as "MTK8163", closest I can find is NotebookCheck describing the "MT8163" back in July as "entry level 2015":
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mediatek-MT8163-V-B-1-3-GHz-SoC-Benchmarks-and-Specs.169841.0.html

Can't complain too much for the price tho... I'd say its hot.

Edited By: AndySX on Dec 06, 2016 07:11
1 Like #11
Seems a lot of tech for the money. Archos used to make some decent devices back in the day. I've had a few of their portable media players and always decent.
1 Like #12
gazy007
Poor battery life.


Battery Capacity isn't everything. It's how you manage your tablet, efficient the processor and operating system works together :)

Edited By: Inyxzee on Dec 06, 2016 07:56: .
1 Like #13
morpheus
suggestion is it's an Archos 80 Oxygen....

It would be the 70.
5 Likes #14
I can just imagine all those comments on Christmas day "lets have a look at your Bush" etc
1 Like #15
Out of every portable device I've ever owned these Bush devices have the most fragile screens. Just be warned.
1 Like #16
Inyxzee
gazy007
Poor battery life.
Battery Capacity isn't everything. It's how you manage your tablet, efficient the processor and operating system works together :)
It's been edited and it still makes my head hurt , how is that possible ? :|
2 Likes #17
Was going to jump on this but it only has a 3000mAh battery, which is the same as a 5.1" Samsung S7. That seems rather pathetic for a 7" screen and I would be surprised if this even managed 4 hours of use never mind 5!
1 Like #18
misterleoni
Was going to jump on this but it only has a 3000mAh battery, which is the same as a 5.1" Samsung S7. That seems rather pathetic for a 7" screen and I would be surprised if this even managed 4 hours of use never mind 5!

Yeah. That's a small battery.
1 Like #19
I'm using this right now honestly the only bad thing for me is the battery life but apart from that it does the job far better than the lenova I was using comes with a screen protector already applied aswell
1 Like #20
Inyxzee
gazy007
Poor battery life.


Battery Capacity isn't everything. It's how you manage your tablet, efficient the processor and operating system works together :)


But he didn't mention capacity...
1 Like #21
We have last years 8" version, same specs but 16gb storage, much better than the galaxy tab E we sold.
1 Like #22
Need it...? NO.... Want it? Yes
#23
Almost bought this my self, I posted comments about it on the Lenovo Tab3 8" thats going for £79 at Argos.
Previous owners on HUKD say the wireless isn't a great signal and the speaker is rubbish
Shame as the rest of the specs blow the lenovo out of the water but I wanted reliable WiFi so I still went for the Lenovo.
#24
shakerstevens
Almost bought this my self, I posted comments about it on the Lenovo Tab3 8" thats going for £79 at Argos.
Previous owners on HUKD say the wireless isn't a great signal and the speaker is rubbish
Shame as the rest of the specs blow the lenovo out of the water but I wanted reliable WiFi so I still went for the Lenovo.

Hi. Is the Lenovo laggy with basic stuff, such as surfing? Reviews seem good but a few reports of lagginess.
#25
Heard the speaker is rubbish. That's a big no no.
3 Likes #26
misterleoni
Was going to jump on this but it only has a 3000mAh battery, which is the same as a 5.1" Samsung S7. That seems rather pathetic for a 7" screen and I would be surprised if this even managed 4 hours of use never mind 5!


Probably best you don't jump on it. Apparently they've got fragile screens.
1 Like #27
david1274
shakerstevens
Almost bought this my self, I posted comments about it on the Lenovo Tab3 8" thats going for £79 at Argos.
Previous owners on HUKD say the wireless isn't a great signal and the speaker is rubbish
Shame as the rest of the specs blow the lenovo out of the water but I wanted reliable WiFi so I still went for the Lenovo.
Hi. Is the Lenovo laggy with basic stuff, such as surfing? Reviews seem good but a few reports of lagginess.
I only collected it yesterday from Argos but its brilliant so far from what I've used on it for 2-3 hours. Its the 8" £79 model with 2GB memory, the cheaper (£49/£59 I forget) 7" model only has 1GB so that might be laggy which is why I went for the better model (having used 1GB models before).
1 Like #28
shakerstevens
its brilliant so far...Its the 8" £79 model with 2GB memory

Thanks, good to hear
#29
This is a rebranded archeos 70, 25gb free memory after android os and main apps installed. hdmi, good for netflix, prime movies etc especially as downloads now allowed for offline viewing. Good buy

Edited By: mfowden on Dec 06, 2016 17:53: correct spelling
#30
mfowden
This is a rebranded archeos 70, 25gb free memory after android os and main apps installed. hdmi, good for netflix, prime movies etc especially as downloads now allowed for offline viewing. Good buy

It's supported for Netflix downloads? I thought only a few devices are supported.
#31
Astec123
2GB of RAM
Quadcore processor
1920x1200 px IPS panel
32gb of storage
Android 6.0.
Am I missing something here or should this not be smoking hot. Yes I know it's a Bush branded tablet and no HDMI output.
Also just noticed also offers SD card slot and 2 years warranty.
Mediatek
#32
Maverick85
Astec123
2GB of RAM
Quadcore processor
1920x1200 px IPS panel
32gb of storage
Android 6.0.
Am I missing something here or should this not be smoking hot. Yes I know it's a Bush branded tablet and no HDMI output.
Also just noticed also offers SD card slot and 2 years warranty.
Mediatek

Yes it has a Mediatek processor, that from reading reviews appears to be perfectly fine for a basic user. For £70 I'd argue it is what a basic user would expect to be paying and the overall specs for the money are quite a lot of kit for the price too.

I'd ask you to suggest a better alternative if the only thing you can come up with is a one word answer but no context. Thanks so much for helping the conversation.
#33
no no no
1 Like #34
TheHun6
I believe Bush smart phones and tablets are manufactured by Archos, as were the Tesco Hudl tablets. Any Hudl fans wanting to update their hardware should give these serious consideration.

Archos didn't make the Hudl tablets. The 1st gen was made by Wistron and the 2nd gen was made by Pegatron.

I was considering the 8 inch version to replace my broken hudl 2, I was holding out to see if Nvidia would release a new Shield tablet but it seems they're not, so I might plump for the Bush after all. The bad reviews are a bit off putting but shouldn't have any issues returning it if needed.
#35
rev6
mfowden
This is a rebranded archeos 70, 25gb free memory after android os and main apps installed. hdmi, good for netflix, prime movies etc especially as downloads now allowed for offline viewing. Good buy

It's supported for Netflix downloads? I thought only a few devices are supported.


I've been downloading netflix stuff onto this, android os thinks this is a phone as such and not a tablet. all cellular software on this too
#36
ezrideroftp
TheHun6
I believe Bush smart phones and tablets are manufactured by Archos, as were the Tesco Hudl tablets. Any Hudl fans wanting to update their hardware should give these serious consideration.

Archos didn't make the Hudl tablets. The 1st gen was made by Wistron and the 2nd gen was made by Pegatron.

I was considering the 8 inch version to replace my broken hudl 2, I was holding out to see if Nvidia would release a new Shield tablet but it seems they're not, so I might plump for the Bush after all. The bad reviews are a bit off putting but shouldn't have any issues returning it if needed.


I stand corrected. Useful to know.
#37
Anyone vouch for these? Looking for playing YouTube etc.
#38
Gilmanez
Anyone vouch for these? Looking for playing YouTube etc.

It'll do that fine. Bad battery life though.
#39
Does this come with GPS? Not that I plan to go anywhere with it considering it's 5hr battery life!
#40
634miyamoto
Does this come with GPS? Not that I plan to go anywhere with it considering it's 5hr battery life!

It does have GPS.

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