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The latest generation android tablets are here showing an astonishing array of features built-in. Our M010S Capacitive tablet comes with a 7" screen - that most popular of sizes, offering a good balance between desktop space and portability.

The capacitive touchscreen offers smooth performance coupled with the ability to "pinch to zoom". No need for a stylus here - finger touch is preferred.

The new, A13 processor offers 1.2GHz frequency coupled with a 400MHz dedicated graphics processor to provide seamless play in, even the most intensive, 3D games or allows more apps to be run concurrently without the inevitable cpu slowdown experienced in lesser tablets.

CPU : A13 1.2 GHz
Graphics Processor : Mali 400 MHz
Touchscreen : 5 point multi touch capacitive resolution 800 x 480
Operating System : Android 4.0 ICE CREAM SANDWICH
Memory : 512mb DDR III / 8gb NAND Flash - upgradeable by Micro SD memory card (max 32GB)
WiFi : 802.11 b/g/n
Connectivity : 1 x Micro SD slot, 1 x AC Jack, 1 x 3.5mm Earphone Jack, 1 x Mini USB
Battery : 4000 mAh provides the longest usage time of all of our tablet PCs
Camera : 0.3mp Front facing
Android Market / Google Play Store : YES
G Sensor : YES
3G : Requires HUAWEI E1750 Dongle available separately
Dimensions : 198 x 117 x 9.8mm
Weight : 365g

I bought this one and found to be a great tablet for kids and even for personal use. It has everything what a tablet should have including Wifi 3G(dongle enabled) CD card slot, USB and HDMI output..beautiful and fast.. great two days delivery.it qualifies for super saver free delivery..
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#1
I am looking for a sub £100 7" android tablet. So many out there. Anyone recomend a particular one. I looked at the above....why vote cold??
#2
Not sure what the HD 2160p is referring to (As it's certainly not Quad/Ultra HD)... It states a resolution of 800 x 480 in the description
#3
hammish21
I am looking for a sub £100 7" android tablet. So many out there. Anyone recomend a particular one. I looked at the above....why vote cold??

I would assume the cold voting is down to the screen pixel resolution and probably the memory as well but saying that it's decent enough as an entry level tablet IMHO.
:D
#4
hammish21
I am looking for a sub £100 7" android tablet. So many out there. Anyone recomend a particular one. I looked at the above....why vote cold??
trust me, i have bought it and after experiencing it , i thought to post the deal here..
Its great for the price..The screen is very much similar to Samsung S3 screen, bright and vibrant..
#5
Thanks ordered
#6
The folder or widget of Gallery icon says " 2060 gallery" dont know what that means, but the resolution is great, it doesnt make you feel that its cheap at all..the build quality is sleep , specially the white frame and the white back, looks great..the charging port is similar to the old nokia phones , the memory card slot is sleek and well integrated in the design..i will try to take some pictures and post it here later on..
#7
shakydaniel
hammish21
I am looking for a sub £100 7" android tablet. So many out there. Anyone recomend a particular one. I looked at the above....why vote cold??
trust me, i have bought it and after experiencing it , i thought to post the deal here..Its great for the price..The screen is very much similar to Samsung S3 screen, bright and vibrant..

what is the battery life like ?
#8
DontRun
Not sure what the HD 2160p is referring to (As it's certainly not Quad/Ultra HD)... It states a resolution of 800 x 480 in the description

HDMI Out ability to output at that resolution. But yeah the screen res is pretty poor.
#9
what is the battery life like ?[/quote]the battery life is on the amazon page itself..i think its upto 4-7 hours depending on use..I kept back in a gift wrap, so didnt use it..lol! you know the kids these days..but as per my knowledge of gadgets( as i am fond of) i am not at all disappointed.

Edited By: shakydaniel on Aug 03, 2012 13:14
#10
AbandonedTrolley
DontRun
Not sure what the HD 2160p is referring to (As it's certainly not Quad/Ultra HD)... It states a resolution of 800 x 480 in the description

HDMI Out ability to output at that resolution. But yeah the screen res is pretty poor.

i think you are misleading here, the screen output to the TV via HDMI may be poor, but the tablet screen output is much more similar to Samsung S3, which i am using, so easy to compare..It may not be quad core and retina display..but hey its for just 64.99£ free delivery within 48 hours. dont compare it with ipad nexus 7 or anything, its not in that league at all..
But it does everything from facebook, BBC iplayer, All Google play apps as its ICS OS, it has earphone jack to listen to music movies etc, youtube widget..can play 3D game, have reasonable good audio output..what more you want?
i am a great Apple fan, but dont want to spend more than 100£ on a tablet...and this suits me..
#11
Anyone know if this has built in GPS and the option for tethering to a smartphone?
#12
How does this compare to the LY-F2S tablet on Hardwareheroes site at £59.99.Looks like the same beast to me.
http://www.hardwareheroes.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=57&product_id=52
#13
crazy88
Anyone know if this has built in GPS and the option for tethering to a smartphone?
please tell me how to find out and i will check it for you..
Does it has to do anything with operating software? because its Android 4 ICS, it must be supporting teethering ,isnt?
#14
Skybird
How does this compare to the LY-F2S tablet on Hardwareheroes site at £59.99.Looks like the same beast to me.
http://www.hardwareheroes.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=57&product_id=52
Surprisingly, the entire description is same, isnt? i think its same..dont know about the online portal, amazon is trusted..
thanks for the link.. they also have 16gb for 89.99

Edited By: shakydaniel on Aug 03, 2012 13:42
#15
I got the old model (A10) from Wendy Lou great little tablet am well pleased, had to use customer service which I must say was the best I have experienced I was well pleased

ps: no GPS on mine
#16
shakydaniel
crazy88
Anyone know if this has built in GPS and the option for tethering to a smartphone?
please tell me how to find out and i will check it for you..
Does it has to do anything with operating software? because its Android 4 ICS, it must be supporting teethering ,isnt?

There's no mystery about tethering. If you can make your phone a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot then the tablet won't know any better and will just connect to it. I do it all the time with my rubbish Arnova (Android 2.3) and my HTC/TMobile phone.
#17
pauljameswright
shakydaniel
crazy88
Anyone know if this has built in GPS and the option for tethering to a smartphone?
please tell me how to find out and i will check it for you..
Does it has to do anything with operating software? because its Android 4 ICS, it must be supporting teethering ,isnt?

There's no mystery about tethering. If you can make your phone a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot then the tablet won't know any better and will just connect to it. I do it all the time with my rubbish Arnova (Android 2.3) and my HTC/TMobile phone.
lol!! that was very comprehensive teaching...
i mean, should i check with the tablet and then try to teether it with my phone? is there a menu on the tablet or something?
Sorry, to be thick..it just happens sometimes when i am hungry..lol
#18
Does this even have hdmi out ?
Seems the A13 is a cut-down A10 with lower power consumption and no hdmi support.
#19
I've bought a ployer momo8 bird off amazon , really impressed with it , worth a look .
#20
shakydaniel

the battery life is on the amazon page itself..i think its upto 4-7 hours depending on use..I kept back in a gift wrap, so didnt use it..lol! you know the kids these days..but as per my knowledge of gadgets( as i am fond of) i am not at all disappointed.

seems like you didn't use it long enough to say it's a great tablet.
#21
Skybird
How does this compare to the LY-F2S tablet on Hardwareheroes site at £59.99.Looks like the same beast to me.
http://www.hardwareheroes.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=57&product_id=52


This item is currently out of stock until Friday 29th June - pre-order now
banned#22
this look good for the price
1 Like #23
Geemac
Skybird
How does this compare to the LY-F2S tablet on Hardwareheroes site at £59.99.Looks like the same beast to me.
http://www.hardwareheroes.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=57&product_id=52

This item is currently out of stock until Friday 29th June - pre-order now
Think thats an old message as above that it says 'In stock' and looks like its goes into your basket ok.
#24
may b a dumb question, image shows text in chinese , hope UK version will have in English ?
#25
RajUK
may b a dumb question, image shows text in chinese , hope UK version will have in English ?
yes, its english version
#26
Not meaning to offend... but are you sure you used the tablet?
This won't have HDMI out at all.
The A13 is basically just a cheaper cut back Allwinner 10 without HDMI.
#27
This does have HDMI output , it got the socket and the HDMI cable supplied.
It's a gift so I didn't checked it but think I will have to.. will also put some picks tmrw..
#28
shakydaniel
pauljameswright
shakydaniel
crazy88
Anyone know if this has built in GPS and the option for tethering to a smartphone?
please tell me how to find out and i will check it for you..
Does it has to do anything with operating software? because its Android 4 ICS, it must be supporting teethering ,isnt?

There's no mystery about tethering. If you can make your phone a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot then the tablet won't know any better and will just connect to it. I do it all the time with my rubbish Arnova (Android 2.3) and my HTC/TMobile phone.
lol!! that was very comprehensive teaching...
i mean, should i check with the tablet and then try to teether it with my phone? is there a menu on the tablet or something?
Sorry, to be thick..it just happens sometimes when i am hungry..lol

On your phone, look for the Option "Portable wi-fi hotspot" an enable it. I'm not sure if it's true but I've been told that only T-Mobile will have this enabled automaticlly and FREE - all the other providers will ask cash-money in some form, either one-off or monthly. Once you have the phone enable as a hot-spot then just do a hot-spot scan on the tablet and it will connect to it exactly as it does to a broadband access point, you'll need to enter a password which the phone will display if I remember. From then-on, the tablet will connect whenever the hotspot is enabled and within range. Activating the hotspot seems to use a lot of battery so my HTC seems to want to disable it after a while to save battery.
#29
shakydaniel
This does have HDMI output , it got the socket and the HDMI cable supplied.
It's a gift so I didn't checked it but think I will have to.. will also put some picks tmrw..

??? :|
Well it can't be this tablet then. As stated the CPU is not HDMI capable.
Look at a similar but slightly higher spec model and notice the difference.

Connectivity : 1 x Micro SD slot, 1 x AC Jack, 1 x 3.5mm Earphone Jack, 1 x Mini USB, 1 x HDMI out
#30
How does this compare with the Eken T01 for £69.99? Eken T01

Is this NATPC M010S better value?



Edited By: xenophon on Aug 04, 2012 00:16
#31
You should be able to find this tablet with 1gb of memory for £75.
I have have the a10 version, snappy tablet. Just average battery life.
#32
Are there any tablets around this price and with a 1280x800 screen?

I would want to use it as an e-reader so need high res.
#33
pauljameswright

On your phone, look for the Option "Portable wi-fi hotspot" an enable it. I'm not sure if it's true but I've been told that only T-Mobile will have this enabled automaticlly and FREE - all the other providers will ask cash-money in some form, either one-off or monthly. Once you have the phone enable as a hot-spot then just do a hot-spot scan on the tablet and it will connect to it exactly as it does to a broadband access point, you'll need to enter a password which the phone will display if I remember. From then-on, the tablet will connect whenever the hotspot is enabled and within range. Activating the hotspot seems to use a lot of battery so my HTC seems to want to disable it after a while to save battery.

If you have a android tethering is free just look on your phone to turn it into a wifi hotspot you can set up a wireless passkey as far as im aware you only need to pay for tethering if your using a iphone even then im pretty sure theres a app that gets around it, i used my iphone at least 18mths ago to do the same thing and currently use my android for the job i think the tethering is phone restricted normally rather than network but like you say i think regardless of what phone you use battery will die pretty quickly my galaxy ace drains the battery if i check the time.
#34
just throw £65 in the toilet
#35
The pixels on this thing will be bigger than your thumb.

Decent for those wanting a cheap and cheerful plaything though.
#36
Roflmfao at the 2160p HD HAHAHHAA
1 Like #37
The people slating this tablet are either snobs, idiots or both,

Yes it's not high spec, but it's reasonable and good value for money, something most named tablets are not, especially apple.

It's an android tablet with allk the android features and external storage. What more do you want for £65?
#38
I bought one of these from the same place for the kids a few days ago. Not opened yet but excellent features and brilliant reviews.
#39
stonebear
Are there any tablets around this price and with a 1280x800 screen?

I would want to use it as an e-reader so need high res.
Try this tablet
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0081HFPSG/ref=s9_simh_gw_p147_d7_i3?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-3&pf_rd_r=1R942SWYS9RMMGJ09A6V&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=317819927&pf_rd_i=468294
#40
maybe a daft question but does this support ebooks and kindle books and the like, only need it for an e-reader so this looks ideal if it does what i need?
ta in advance.
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