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Lenovo Tab 2 A7, 7" Quad Core Tablet, IPS Screen, 16GB £49.99 @ ebay/laptopoutletdirect

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12 Likes #1
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
4 Likes #2
Im waiting to get my amazon fire for £39 on friday
#3
hashman
Im waiting to get my amazon fire for £39 on friday

are they advertising that this will be £39 on Friday? Need to get one for my Mum for Xmas...x
3 Likes #4
quad core but only 1gb ram....?!?!?
#5
I got this 6 months ago. It can get a bit sluggish but it's fine as a general tablet for browsing, YouTube/Netflix and the free Amazon Prime games for the kids.
2 Likes #6
got this tablet a while back. did a software update that bricked it. will never go for a lenovo tab again
3 Likes #7
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(


not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
#8
android 6 update ?/any custom roms?
#9
Gavin01
android 6 update ?/any custom roms?


No to 6 and never checked custom roms
1 Like #10
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(


Move....
#11
I have one and it's fine for day to day. Heat!
#12
the A7-20 is stuck on KitKat (4.4)
#13
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(


not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.


Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
2 Likes #14
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{

Northern Ireland is part of the UK
#15
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{

Northern Ireland is part of the UK


Politically not geographically :{
#16
sorry after having 2 lenovo laptops dies on me with in weeks would touch their stuff again
1 Like #17
Wow what a large sample size
2 Likes #18
No offence, but anything under 2GB ram in this day in age is not worth it

Edited By: Deeco on Nov 20, 2016 21:33
#19
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{

Northern Ireland is part of the UK


Err, seeing as I live in norn iron I know all too well. I think you misunderstood my comment regarding the naming of this website oO
#20
Other sites this model with 8GB !!!!!!!!!!So maybe mistake 16.
#21
Emailed them this morning and they've confirmed tablet is 16gb.
4 Likes #22
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{

And what does that have to do with anything? Royal Mail don't charge a premium for delivery of items to/from the province, neither do any of the major couriers. Companies just see an opportunity to flaunt the geographical issue.
1 Like #23
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{

The UK consists of four countries—England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Ass.
#24
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(

not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.



Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{

Not sure if serious...

It's not HGBD.


Edited By: 2409chris on Nov 21, 2016 14:16
#25
Heat for the alternate vendors but these have been this price in Argos for quite some time, our kids use theirs daily, great little tablets and quite robust by all accounts.
#26
Got a Lenovo tablet a while back and the Wifi was a joke. Kept cutting off on a 5GHz connection. Never getting a Lenovo again! Heat added for the price tho.

Edited By: Naruto on Nov 21, 2016 15:41
#27
ben1979
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
And what does that have to do with anything? Royal Mail don't charge a premium for delivery of items to/from the province, neither do any of the major couriers. Companies just see an opportunity to flaunt the geographical issue.

I'm not sure this is Royal Mail delivery, that'll be why the extra presumably.

Royal mail, are often more expensive to send anything... maybe the odd NI delivery is priced in to the prices that continuously rise across the board. The other couriers, simply charge the NI deliveries more while leaving UK to UK cheap.

Scottish highlands falls into this bracket too. That's not cheap.


Edited By: DarrylJohn on Nov 21, 2016 16:22
#28
Deeco
No offence, but anything under 2GB ram in this day in age is not worth it

with that resolution (1024 x 600) 1gb might be ok
#29
Not worth it.
Don't throw away your money.
#30
It's not 16GB, "This tablet is equipped with 8 GB of memory storage"
Same price at Argos, if you can find stock
#31
hashman
Im waiting to get my amazon fire for £39 on friday
Nearly guaranteed deal but might go even cheaper this year...
#32
DarrylJohn
ben1979
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
And what does that have to do with anything? Royal Mail don't charge a premium for delivery of items to/from the province, neither do any of the major couriers. Companies just see an opportunity to flaunt the geographical issue.
I'm not sure this is Royal Mail delivery, that'll be why the extra presumably.
Royal mail, are often more expensive to send anything... maybe the odd NI delivery is priced in to the prices that continuously rise across the board. The other couriers, simply charge the NI deliveries more while leaving UK to UK cheap.
Scottish highlands falls into this bracket too. That's not cheap.

Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{

Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
The UK is only the UK when including Northern Ireland. England, Scotland and Wales are Great Britain. England, Scotland, Wales AND Northern Ireland make THE UNITED KINGDOM.
#33
Can I get some honest opinions from the more tech savvy here please ?
Shopping on a budget as needed a truck sat nav but a budget decent one will set me back 79 quid operating on windows ce,
Basically I want to run a copy of sygic truck on whatever tablet I purchase thinking this one or the kindle fire as it's purely for sat nav with odd streaming thrown in and little bit of Web browsing when on the go.

What so you lot think ?
#34
not worth it even at that price! after support is non existent and after a while after long usage the screen starts flickering which you have to reboot the tablet to sort out. I tend to use it more in the car as a satnav using waze and tethering off my phone.
#35
tromageorge
DarrylJohn
ben1979
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
And what does that have to do with anything? Royal Mail don't charge a premium for delivery of items to/from the province, neither do any of the major couriers. Companies just see an opportunity to flaunt the geographical issue.
I'm not sure this is Royal Mail delivery, that'll be why the extra presumably.
Royal mail, are often more expensive to send anything... maybe the odd NI delivery is priced in to the prices that continuously rise across the board. The other couriers, simply charge the NI deliveries more while leaving UK to UK cheap.
Scottish highlands falls into this bracket too. That's not cheap.
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
The UK is only the UK when including Northern Ireland. England, Scotland and Wales are Great Britain. England, Scotland, Wales AND Northern Ireland make THE UNITED KINGDOM.

It makes sense to charge more anyway. More transport costs are involved. Nothing is free.
#36
Naruto
Got a Lenovo tablet a while back and the Wifi was a joke. Kept cutting off on a 5GHz connection. Never getting a Lenovo again! Heat added for the price tho.
I had a wifi problem too,and another Lenovo tablet that refused to charge,I wouldn't buy Lenovo again
#37
2409chris
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
The UK consists of four countries—England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Ass.
Northern Ireland isn't a country, it's not even a province, it's an aberation!
#38
DarrylJohn
tromageorge
DarrylJohn
ben1979
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
And what does that have to do with anything? Royal Mail don't charge a premium for delivery of items to/from the province, neither do any of the major couriers. Companies just see an opportunity to flaunt the geographical issue.
I'm not sure this is Royal Mail delivery, that'll be why the extra presumably.
Royal mail, are often more expensive to send anything... maybe the odd NI delivery is priced in to the prices that continuously rise across the board. The other couriers, simply charge the NI deliveries more while leaving UK to UK cheap.
Scottish highlands falls into this bracket too. That's not cheap.
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
Rich44
creek
Rhythmeister
ben1979
Rhythmeister
£16 postage to N. Ireland? Another hot GB deal :(
not just me that moans about it then! ebuyer are just as bad! but, heat added for those that can get it.
Well, it IS HUKD after all... :{
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Politically not geographically :{
The UK is only the UK when including Northern Ireland. England, Scotland and Wales are Great Britain. England, Scotland, Wales AND Northern Ireland make THE UNITED KINGDOM.
It makes sense to charge more anyway. More transport costs are involved. Nothing is free.
Amazon don't charge more to deliver here, Ebuyer make it VERY awkward to obtain goods at a competitive rate if you live here. I even offered to contribute somewhat towards the some parts of GB free courier delivery they offer concerning a TV I wanted to buy from them and they wouldn't even let me do that thus losing a sale, derp :D

Edited By: Rhythmeister on Nov 29, 2016 20:25: Derped

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