Huawei S7 8GB 7" Touch Screen Android 2.1 Tablet 3G - £149.99 Delivered @ Ebay Ocean Tree Trading Outlet - HotUKDeals
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The Huawei S7 is a 7" touch screen tablet with Google Android with a 3G SIM card slot as well as built-in WiFi. Connect to the Internet anywhere, anytime.
 
Android 2.1 Operating System - Google's revolutionary operating system designed for mobile and computing devices.
 
7" Touch screen - Makes navigating programs and easy and intuitive.
 
768 MHz Processor
 
8 BG internal storage plus microSD card expansion slot
 
Dual webcams - Cameras on front and rear (2 MP back facing, 0.3 Megapixel forward-facing) to capture images from multiple angles. Also useful for making video calls.
 
HSPA/UTMS, 3G, Bluetooth, W-Fi
 
Multi-tasking
 
HD media playing (supports 720p media playback)
 
Wi-Fi - Connect anywhere wirelessly via hi-speed Wi-Fi.
 
Works with Exchange email, POP3 & Google Mail
 
Brand: Huawei
Model Number: S7
Operating System: Android 2.1
Screen: 7" WVGA 800 x 480 resolution
Processor Speed: 768 MHZ
Storage: 8 GB
Bluetooth: v2.1
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#1
wait for reviews before you buy it !!
#2
Videos and very undetailed reviews here http://www.expansys.com/huawei-s7-android-tablet-wifi-3g-7-inch-screen-199911/

One major flaw though I'm afraid.... Resistive.
#4


The poor review is based upon the resistive screen however, which is unfortunately common at tabs around this price tag.

This is no iPad or galaxy, but surely it's better than the tablets out at this price eg

Advent amico
Scroll
CNM touch
Elonex etouch
Disgo 3000
And the Chinese tabs?
2 Likes #5
SupaSimmskii
One major flaw though I'm afraid.... Resistive.


*Voms in own mouth*
1 Like #7
Resistive screen for mobile phone is a no-go and for tablet I wouldn't think at all.
Why do these companies make tablets with resistive screen at all?
#8
If you're gonna invest all that money designing & making a tablet, why cheap out on the screen? Easily one of the most important features.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Mar 20, 2011 18:34
#9
nnj10
Resistive screen for mobile phone is a no-go and for tablet I wouldn't think at all.
Why do these companies make tablets with resistive screen at all?


Its easier to write chinese characters on a resistive screen apparently.
#10
mamboboy
Bad time to get a tablet IMO. I'd hold out for another few months when we have the stream of Dual core Honeycomb tablets hitting the market. Bound to be at least a few devices at affordable prices...

very true, there are lots of sub standard tablets out their, but better is on the way and their will be some which fit the lower end market but sacrifice less, like the San franciso phone has for smart phones.
1 Like #11
nnj10
Resistive screen for mobile phone is a no-go and for tablet I wouldn't think at all.
Why do these companies make tablets with resistive screen at all?


Resistive screens on mobile phones work with gloved hands, stand up to impact better and as somebody else mentioned, they can take input of non latin alphabet characters much better because they work well with stylus. Apart from all that, my wife likes resistive screens because they work brilliantly with her long fingernails. Capacitive screens just don't work at all with her fingernails.

I prefer capacitive myself, but resistive is far from no-go. Depends what your needs are.
#12
Save an extra 50 quid and you can get an Archos 70 which is rocking a 7" capacitive touch screen, android 2.2 with flash support, a 1ghz cpu and hdmi out. No contest imo.
#13
limp_biccies
Save an extra 50 quid and you can get an Archos 70 which is rocking a 7" capacitive touch screen, android 2.2 with flash support, a 1ghz cpu and hdmi out. No contest imo.


have you got one?
#14
we have an archos resistive touch screen tablet at work and it is awful, looks and feels like a thick plastic bag has been put in front of the screen. Avoid resistive screens at all cost. Go to the dark side and buy an IPAD2 keep it for a year and then sell it at a £50 loss on ebay works out at about £4 month
#16
Sorry, ebay item number: 150576479177
#17
I don't know about the tablet specifics, but having used both a capacitive and a resistive screen, I much prefer the resistive screens. If I was in the market for a tablet, I would actually consider a resistive screen to be a bonus rather than a drawback.
#18
I recently bought a android tablet on ebay. 10.2 Android 2.1 (upgraded now to 2.2) and must admit I find it a A1 gadget for gadget freaks. Its only a basic model which I paid about £85 for. Its got a 1ghz arm11, GC600 gpu, 256meg memory and 2gig flashdrive.

You can get a £120 approx model with 512meg memory, 4gig flash drive, webcam and gps now. Same processor/gpu combination.

Have to say android tablets are great value as there is a huge amount of quality free software. Angry Birds is so addictive and no problem playing it on a resistance screen.

I bought a cheap one to experiment with and see if I like them and even this basic chinese one is great so I might get myself a better one for christmas.
#19
Looks like another chi/e/apad to me, only it's the ugliest one I've seen yet! There are cheaper chipads on ebay than this so voting cold.
#20
lumsdot
we have an archos resistive touch screen tablet at work and it is awful, looks and feels like a thick plastic bag has been put in front of the screen. Avoid resistive screens at all cost. Go to the dark side and buy an IPAD2 keep it for a year and then sell it at a £50 loss on ebay works out at about £4 month


u will never sell your ipad2 after 1 year -£50! more like -£250 after 12 months! U must sell before anouncement of ipad 3! you should get -£150.
Iphone 4 will get a bit more tho... say 1 month before iphone 5 u will get like 85% of what u paid. All must be mint with box too.


Edited By: mikeswrx02 on Mar 20, 2011 20:48
#21
Cos of the resistive touchscreen I'm out :)
#22
Rather pay more for a second hand ipad 1.
1 Like #23
furbix
Rather pay more for a second hand ipad 1.


I would rather pay more for a new Ipad 2.

Edited By: TheBiker on Mar 20, 2011 21:04
#24
This is a very good bargain because it is 3G enabled tablet. It has a simcard slot so you can connect to a mobile broadband provider via HSDPA or link up via WiFi over b/g speed wifi. The resistive screen isn't that a big a problem, I have an capacitive screen Advent Vega and a resistive screen GT540 mobile phone, I can use both screens equally well, but resisitive screens require to be a little more precise and increased pressure.
6 Likes #25
There are many tablets coming onto the scene now and once honey comb is released to the Chinese tablet makers then there will be a nice selection to choose from.

Currently for 150 quid.. I would prob look at the following:

IMX515 8" Tab, android 2.2, flash 10.1
S5PV210 10 Tab Android 2.2, flash 10.1 uses samsung processor.
Zt-180 V2 - 10" tab, android 2.2 however no flash 10.1

The newest one to be added, which i think is the best out of the above:

Flytouch 3, HDMI out, GPS, Wifi, Android 2.2 and flash 10.1, webcam and so forth

If you guys need more info send me a private message and I can help with any questions.
#26
The specs of these vary from USA to Australia to UK to Eastern Europe. For instance I think the eastern Europe one now has the capacitative screen. But the UK one (sold by Expansys and BestBuy.co.uk three months ago) has GPS which is a major plus. But for some reason I never understood they never advertised this in the specs !

The main forum for the s7 in the UK is androidtablets here

I wouldnt judge this product on the basis of resistive v. capacitative screen. There's more to it than that. And the resistive screen is fine. How many tablets can you use as a mobile phone? Very few I think. The current buzz on the forum is about android 2.2.
2 Likes #27
furbix
Rather pay more for a second hand ipad 1.

Troll. Every tablet that isn't an iPad, you comment. You like the iPad. We get it. This is not an iPad. This is not an iPad deal. This is not an iPad thread. This is not an iPad fan base. This is not an iPad alternative (completely different budget than even a second hand iPad). Are you happy that you got the iPad mentioned in a non-iPad thread? Does it look good on your iPad? Enjoy your iPad. Now to go back to discussing something that is not an iPad.

War, have you any suggestions on a really cheap tablet? Not completely convinced that its worth having one but I am tempted to see if the hype is based on something!
**sorry, the question above should have been a pm**
cheers

Edited By: jaybear88 on Mar 20, 2011 21:55: mistake
2 Likes #28
Guy's what is the deal with a resistive screen, get a Nintendo DS stylus. Sorted. Other than that grow a nail. :)
#29
War
There are many tablets coming onto the scene now and once honey comb is released to the Chinese tablet makers then there will be a nice selection to choose from.

Currently for 150 quid.. I would prob look at the following:

IMX515 8" Tab, android 2.2, flash 10.1
S5PV210 10 Tab Android 2.2, flash 10.1 uses samsung processor.
Zt-180 V2 - 10" tab, android 2.2 however no flash 10.1

The newest one to be added, which i think is the best out of the above:

Flytouch 3, HDMI out, GPS, Wifi, Android 2.2 and flash 10.1, webcam and so forth

If you guys need more info send me a private message and I can help with any questions.



I'm looking at getting a cheap(ish) tablet to do video calling as my phone (htc desire) doesnt have a front facing camera. Do you know if you can do video calling on the Flytouch 3?
Thanks
1 Like #30
That Flytouch 3 looks pretty decent for £150. Would love an opportunity to try it out for myself but I'll be keeping an eye out for user reviews uploaded onto youtube. The connectivity of the thing looks top notch, I'm sure I saw that it has 3g dongle support!

Even from the couple of user videos I've seen of it and the spec sheet I think I'd take my chances and order one rather than the Huawei lol
#31
as a alternative to the dell streak, this most be a worthwhile consideration... but i tend to side with some of the other posters, a buyer probably better off waiting for honeycomb to be released and seeing what the chinese makers come up with...
#32
what really does annoy me is why they insist on copying the iPad form factor. Android is its own animal, and needs more than one bloody button.

I have a nexus one phone, and find the back, menu, home and search buttons a big selling point for android instead of a single home button.

Are there any 7inch capacitive ones around that aren't copies of the iPad? I am avidly checking the galaxy tab prices waiting for a drop
1 Like #33
One more vote for a Resistive screen here.

I am on my first ever Capacitive screen (a Dell Streak) and I really miss (a) the ability to have handwriting recognition and (b) the precision that you get when using a stylus. On the Capacitive screen, everything has to be big enough to be hit by a finger, so you get far less information on your screen.

My next device will be Resistive.
#34
Bonzo, I've got a 2.1 Android 10.2 inch Tablet that sounds very much like yours and would love to know how I can upgrade it to 2.2? Is it easy, could you give me any guidelines or point me in the right direction please? Thanks.
#35
TheBiker
furbix
Rather pay more for a second hand ipad 1.


I would rather pay more for a new Ipad 2.


I'd rather pay more for an Ipad 3
1 Like #36
So many harsh comments - it's £150 and its not a no-name Chinese knock-off. Hot from me, if only as a PMP with bells on. Before the iPhone we were all happy with resistive screens and styluses (or is that styli?).
1 Like #37
Decided to take a punt, can always return it........made an offer of £135 which was accepted.....try an even lower offer!!

Edited By: ursusltd on Mar 21, 2011 10:18: clarity!
#38
You should have changed BG = GB.
#39
jdr116
Bonzo, I've got a 2.1 Android 10.2 inch Tablet that sounds very much like yours and would love to know how I can upgrade it to 2.2? Is it easy, could you give me any guidelines or point me in the right direction please? Thanks.

Is it a zenithink ZT-180?

Here is a link;

http://www.shenit.com/blog/2011/01/24/zenithink-zt-180-epad-official-android-2-2-firmware-upgrade-rom-download/#

I must admit I upgraded mine as soon as I got mine. So can't compare. Read the comments on the page. I'm running Angry Birds without problems since upgrading.
#40
paulm22
War
There are many tablets coming onto the scene now and once honey comb is released to the Chinese tablet makers then there will be a nice selection to choose from.

Currently for 150 quid.. I would prob look at the following:

IMX515 8" Tab, android 2.2, flash 10.1
S5PV210 10 Tab Android 2.2, flash 10.1 uses samsung processor.
Zt-180 V2 - 10" tab, android 2.2 however no flash 10.1

The newest one to be added, which i think is the best out of the above:

Flytouch 3, HDMI out, GPS, Wifi, Android 2.2 and flash 10.1, webcam and so forth

If you guys need more info send me a private message and I can help with any questions.



I'm looking at getting a cheap(ish) tablet to do video calling as my phone (htc desire) doesnt have a front facing camera. Do you know if you can do video calling on the Flytouch 3?
Thanks



I don't think so at the moment I can only think your referring to skype video calling.... Unless someone provides a facetime app etc for android then it would probably work. I have been told that an Arm A9 processor is due to be launched soon and this will have enough power for honeycomb so until we see honeycomb on tablets then I think we will see better and brighter things for Android.....

The chinese tablet maker's are onto a winner here, I would not part with 400 + for something like the Ipad, XOOM, etc.... when you can get something half the price for a few lower specs like storage etc, with micro sd card expansion it does not matter if your 32GB or 64GB etc etc....

I do keep tabs on these tablets as its part of what I do, I can see some android tablets coming out in future with SSD's and so forth but you will have to pay around 200 - 300 pounds for it. If you want a windows tablet take a look at the 10" N455 I know that has integrated 3G support and also has a front facing webcam and will be fine for video calling such as skype.... If you need to know more Private message me.

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