Gemini D7 7007 Dual Core Android 4.1 Tablet £29.99 @ Box_UK Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Usually if you wanted to buy a tablet for a child then you'd spend around £60 at the least but fear no more, now you can spend a mere price of ONLY £29.99 and maybe buy two :) This tablet does have basic specifications however I'm sure it would be able to run games like Where's My Water perfectly. It makes a great budget tablet for young children who aren't looking for a beefy Snapdragon 801 processor. I think this is the cheapest a dual core tablet has been in a long time.

The D7 is designed to offer a genuinely high quality, user friendly Tablet PC for those that want to enjoy a touch-screen computing experience without paying a premium price tag. Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen. The 7" capacitive touch screen allows a responsive experience combined with multi touch capabilities; just pinch to zoom, twist to rotate and much more. Simple navigation, innovative multi-tasking support and a quick web browser makes it easy to relax and enjoy this user friendly tablet. 4GB Storage, Upgradeable with up to 32GB SD Card. Comes with 4GB storage as standard. You can also upgrade your memory with the addition of a Micro SD card up to 32GB. Store thousands of songs, hundreds of movies and more Apps than you could ever wish for. Over 600,000 Apps The GEM7007 is equipped with Google's acclaimed OS, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) providing access to over 600,000 downloadable applications from multiple Android app markets including Google Play and the Amazon App store. Connect and share with HDMI, Wi-Fi & USB. The D7 features a selection of connection options. As well as super fast Wi-Fi, you can connect your tablet to your PC via USB and your TV via the HDMI port. A micro SD slot allows you to share files with your friends and transfer photos from your camera with ease. Operating System Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) CPU Dual Core ARM Cortex Processor Graphics Mali-400 Memory 512MB RAM Storage 4GB Built in, upgradeable to 32GB with Micro SD Card. Display 7 inch LCD - 800x480 Pixels, Capacitive Multi-touch Screen Connectivity 1 x Micro SD Slot (up to 32GB) 1 x Micro USB (OTG) 1 x Stereo Earphone Slot 1 x HDMI Wireless B/G Camera Front 0.3M, Rear 2.0 M Battery 2400mAh Sensors G Sensor Dimensions Width 192 x Height 117 x Depth 11 (mm) EAN 0680569842343
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[helper] 1 Like #1
Thanks for posting, image added :)
1 Like #2
Not bad at all for 30 quid, for a basic media player
#3
Good price, the hdmi out is useful but the 512mb of ram would put me off.
#4
yes shame it only has 512mb...running jellybean the extra 512mb would have turned this from a paperweight to a useful little tablet for the kids.
#5
If you're looking for a child's tablet, the Kurio 4s (4") is going pretty cheap. The one listed a few days ago is still active for Ebay Argos Outlet - £35, including first class delivery. Its got 1GB ram, 8GB on board storage, dual core processor. I bought one, its pretty nippy, after updating over wifi it will add the Google Play store and comes with a lot of few apps already installed. Just search for Kurio to find the link.
suspended#6
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?
#7
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

With 512mb Ram not really.
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Uridium
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

With 512mb Ram not really.

Just been looking at reviews and they're shocking...
Shame, as the price seemed too good to be true!
#9
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?


I'm sure it will be as long as you aren't running multiple apps simultaneously. I mean Samsung got its success from the galaxy s1 which has 512mb of ram or less and that can cope with what you described
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Really, do not waste your money. Gemini are designed to fail. You may think, it's cheap and it is worth the risk, but I have never seen a single one survive more than a couple of months ( on average alot less than that.

It's not worth the stress and regret knowing you wasted the cash, you can't get it back. No one supplies these other than "refurbs". It's an ongoin scan. I'm sure it was Misco who began the biggest scam with this tablet. They supplied thousands of them with a 3 month warranty, knowing they were faulty. (9.7" model)

Edited By: eiamhere69 on Jul 28, 2014 15:54
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mahel
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

I'm sure it will be as long as you aren't running multiple apps simultaneously. I mean Samsung got its success from the galaxy s1 which has 512mb of ram or less and that can cope with what you described

Galaxy S1 launched with Android 2.3.

Android tablets with 4.0> NEED 1Gb to run usefully.
#12
eiamhere69
Really, do not waste your money. Gemini are designed to fail. You may think, it's cheap and it is worth the risk, but I have never seen a single one survive more than a couple of months ( on average alot less than that.

It's not worth the stress and regret knowing you wasted the cash, you can't get it back. No one supplies these other than "refurbs". It's an ongoin scan. I'm sure it was Misco who began the biggest scam with this tablet. They supplied thousands of them with a 3 month warranty, knowing they were faulty. (9.7" model)
I was one of the people who bought the 9.7 model, and must have been lucky as it is fantastic. I've not had one issue with it, and it has a decent battery life. Not as fast now as the recent decent quad core tabs, but still excellent. Fantastic for surfing and multimedia.
#13
Uridium
mahel
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

I'm sure it will be as long as you aren't running multiple apps simultaneously. I mean Samsung got its success from the galaxy s1 which has 512mb of ram or less and that can cope with what you described

Galaxy S1 launched with Android 2.3.

Android tablets with 4.0> NEED 1Gb to run usefully.


S1 on android 4.x through a rom still runs fine
#14
mahel
Uridium
mahel
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

I'm sure it will be as long as you aren't running multiple apps simultaneously. I mean Samsung got its success from the galaxy s1 which has 512mb of ram or less and that can cope with what you described

Galaxy S1 launched with Android 2.3.

Android tablets with 4.0> NEED 1Gb to run usefully.

S1 on android 4.x through a rom still runs fine

ROM.....exactly..... Try it without.
#15
I bought two of the 9.7" tablets and they have been good performers. I had some issues that were taken care of by Gemini using the warranty. The system did not have them listed as 3 months either. Gemini replaced a faulty charger 11 months later. Decently built devices obviously not a premium grade product but certainly functional.
#16
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?


You'll wish you paid more/got something else. This is best suited for young kids to play with.
#17
Thinking of selling my iPad mini now, buying one of these and keeping the rest aside for the Nexus 8/9 when it is launched
#18
markhuges
mahel
Uridium
mahel
elmoses
For day to day use, is this any good really?

Basic surfing, youtube, emails, etc.?

I'm sure it will be as long as you aren't running multiple apps simultaneously. I mean Samsung got its success from the galaxy s1 which has 512mb of ram or less and that can cope with what you described

Galaxy S1 launched with Android 2.3.

Android tablets with 4.0> NEED 1Gb to run usefully.

S1 on android 4.x through a rom still runs fine

ROM.....exactly..... Try it without.

I have to agree with this... Android 4 or higher does need at least 1gb to be functional without driving you crazy. It may be 'fine' with a rom but it would of been modded to pieces to take everything out of it.
#19
spend an extra £20 and buy the nabi 2. a much better tablet.
#20
great price for something to give to kids to mess about with!
#21
£56.98 (£28.49 each) if 2 tablets ordered at the same time. (10% off 2nd. tablet).
#22
just to give you all a heads up I bought this exact model for my lad a while ago and it is rubbish. it is ridiculously slow ( can take minutes just to load Google play) then takes for ever to download and install any apps. also if you try to do more than one thing at a time on it, it will freeze. please save your cash and get something atleast half decent.
#23
512 MB and rubbish - see the reviews
1 Like #24
Box customer service is atrocious. If a fault arises (which it probably will with this tablet) you'll have to fight tooth and nail to get it fixed. They'll charge you to send faulty items back to them, deny faults, send "repaired" items back completely unrepaired, and take their sweet time doing it. I'll never buy from them again.
#25
This tablet is horrible to use, slow, unresponsive and 'the box' are horrendous for their customer service.

For your own sanity, save another 20 quid and get a Archos 80 or similar.
#26
Bought a Gemini around 2 years ago. I'm still using it but I wouldn't recommend 'em .............. charging problems make them practically useless. (Quick way round the problem if you are stuck with one is to use the usb connection to a laptop to charge them)

Heat given for the price but you would be better putting the money towards a better quality device with decent reviews..
#27
Avoid at any cost. This tablet has a mismatch between the frame buffer (800x480) and the panel resolution (1024x600). This not only leads to fuzzy text and moire artefacts, but also to a squashed picture (circles are no longer circles).
#28
Cold for me then. Better of getting a dummy tablet for a couple of quid for the kids.
#29
tonysat
eiamhere69
Really, do not waste your money. Gemini are designed to fail. You may think, it's cheap and it is worth the risk, but I have never seen a single one survive more than a couple of months ( on average alot less than that.

It's not worth the stress and regret knowing you wasted the cash, you can't get it back. No one supplies these other than "refurbs". It's an ongoin scan. I'm sure it was Misco who began the biggest scam with this tablet. They supplied thousands of them with a 3 month warranty, knowing they were faulty. (9.7" model)
I was one of the people who bought the 9.7 model, and must have been lucky as it is fantastic. I've not had one issue with it, and it has a decent battery life. Not as fast now as the recent decent quad core tabs, but still excellent. Fantastic for surfing and multimedia.

+1
Me too and it's still going strong.Use it everyday.
Not seen any updates though
#30
r gemini still going
#31
I bought the 9.7" one too. It was nice build quality and fab screen. HDMI out too and came with a natty keyboard for a bargain price.

However, after sending 3 back I had to admit defeat and ask for a refund. One wouldn't charge. One would suddenly go AWOL for no apparent reason and one was DOA.

Pity. I really wanted it to work. Much nicer feel and aspect ration than the Galaxy Tab 2 we ended up getting. And I'm no big fan of Samsung.
#32
Would this be ok just as a monitor for our cctv? We got a previous one for £30 via HUKD that lasted us a year and a half (its now stuck in boot mode), would be more than happy if this one would let us watch our cctv in the kitchen and last 18 months.
#33
I've got mine but in the add accounts it doesn't give a google account as an option, so I can't access the play store! Anybody got around this?
#34
I'd put this in the post, worked a treat for me to get google play on there
#35
...http://www.modaco.com/topic/366904-tool-play-store-installation-for-gemini-tablets/

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