Linx Commtiva N700 £179.99 (from £329.99) instore at HMV - HotUKDeals
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Linx Commtiva N700 7" Android Tablet.
Android 2.2
600Mhz CPU
512Mb RAM
7" 800x480 capacitive touch screen
3G 7.2Mbps
802.11 b/g WLAN
3.0 Mp read camera / VGA front camera

Not tried it yet, reviews are average but I guess they're based on full RRP.

£305.37 at Tesco and £300 most places.
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Just by going with the spec I'd say it looked nice (3G, capacitive touch screen, Froyo) but it's the CPU that spoils it for me. I'd probably shell out the extra and go for an Advent Vega.

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Agreed, CPU looks like the limiting factor. Already got an iPhone and iPad, wanted something inbetween. Probably shoudl have waited for the new Honeycomb devices!
Much better than the usual tat. But not quite good enough to tempt me.
This is hot because it is the best price around for this unit, and so much better than any other tablet for this price, for example the Next tablet.

For a person on a budget, this deal is fantastic!
Also it is pretty much the same spec as the Orange San Francisco (ZTE Blade) just with the bigger screen.
Would recommend for everyone to wait for Honeycomb to hit, then we'll see some real deals imo. Wouldn't buy anything with less than a 1Ghz processor + 512mb ram. Capacitive touch screen is debatable but I'd recommend (if you intend to game)
Good price, but underpowered.
£300 staples in store. so this hot.
i had a play with one in HMV as it was next to the Galaxy tab which they had no stock of and i didnt want the display one.

it was actually ok to use. might tie someone over till the Honeycomb ones come out later in the year.
No flash 10.1 support, point of sale material said it was supported. Took it back. Having used it for 10 minutes I'd say it was quite a nice device if you can live with lack of flash, and certainly a bargain at the price.

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