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NewIT WORKS TM700
7" TABLET
Product code:698334
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Brand:IT WORKS
Screen size:7 inches
Screen type:Touch screen
Storage:4 GB
Battery life:Up to 10 hoursAdd to Compare Add to Wish List
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Description
IT WORKS 7" TABLET
Technical specifications
Brand: IT WORKS
Screen size: 7 inches
Screen type: Touch screen
Storage: 4 GB
Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n):
3G data service (plan sold separately):
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology:
Battery life: Up to 10 hours
Built in speakers:
70g weight
Headphone jack
802.11b/g Wireless networking
37 x 100 xmm dimensions
800 x 480 Display Resolution
RK2808A processor model number
TFT Panel features
4-5hours Battery charge time
Wireless LAN
Dark grey Outercase
Dark grey Pattern description
Gyroscope
Resistive Touchscreen type
Power adapto Battery Charging Method
Micro SD Card Reader Type
Cloud Storage
Finger print reader
Ethernet
Firewire connectivity
1x 2.0 USB ports
Express Card Slot
Microphone Jack
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#1
It apparently runs Android 1.5 oO

A quick google search revealed people complaining that there is no 2.1/2.2 O.S update on forums so I wouldn't touch it personally.

I've been looking into this budget android tablet market for about 2 months now, watching the deals that come up and honestly I haven't seen anything around the £100 mark that looks remotely tempting. Even at £200 your options are pretty grim. The best I could find for £200 was an Archos 70, 7" tablet because it supported full flash and could be hacked to give full access to the appstore. Even with that at 200 - 220 pounds there were sacrifices in terms of build quality etc.

I am a Desire owner and really enjoy the flexibility of Android and wouldn't want to be limited by the Apple O.S at this stage even though the gaming options on their platform are admittedly far superior. If I had £100 burning a hole in my pocket and wanted to experience Android for the first time I would honestly just buy a San Francisco and root it or get saving for a quality piece of hardware like the Galaxy Tab or even the Vega.
#2
limp_biccies
It apparently runs Android 1.5 oOA quick google search revealed people complaining that there is no 2.1/2.2 O.S update on forums so I wouldn't touch it personally.I've been looking into this budget android tablet market for about 2 months now, watching the deals that come up and honestly I haven't seen anything around the £100 mark that looks remotely tempting. Even at £200 your options are pretty grim. The best I could find for £200 was an Archos 70, 7" tablet because it supported full flash and could be hacked to give full access to the appstore. Even with that at 200 - 220 pounds there were sacrifices in terms of build quality etc.I am a Desire owner and really enjoy the flexibility of Android and wouldn't want to be limited by the Apple O.S at this stage even though the gaming options on their platform are admittedly far superior. If I had £100 burning a hole in my pocket and wanted to experience Android for the first time I would honestly just buy a San Francisco and root it or get saving for a quality piece of hardware like the Galaxy Tab or even the Vega.
well it has 4 stars from customer reviews, so cant be that bad??
i think some people want WAY TOO MUCH for their money these days!!
#3
Well if you do go for this, and I have no idea about tablets. Dont foreget TOPCASHBACK!
#4
Well...Firstly No Wi-fi and Android 1.5 is not really stable...So what's the point to pay £99?
#5
Please stop misleading people it states in specification it has 802.11b/g Wireless networking. All you need to do is expand the specifications and behold all the info! wasn't difficult was it? Poor tablet cold from me.
#6
It has got wifi but it's not N just B/G...the worrying thing is how accurate are the other details? Comet reckon its 70g..****,I've got a 7" Android Tablet from Maplins and that weighs 450grams so I can't possibly see how this can be 70g and the dimensions..37mm x 100mm..I think not, my Maplin one is 200mm x 135mm..I think they've got some of the details mixed up with some mobile phone so God knows how accurate the other facts are.
#7
limp_biccies
It apparently runs Android 1.5 oO

A quick google search revealed people complaining that there is no 2.1/2.2 O.S update on forums so I wouldn't touch it personally.

I've been looking into this budget android tablet market for about 2 months now, watching the deals that come up and honestly I haven't seen anything around the £100 mark that looks remotely tempting. Even at £200 your options are pretty grim. The best I could find for £200 was an Archos 70, 7" tablet because it supported full flash and could be hacked to give full access to the appstore. Even with that at 200 - 220 pounds there were sacrifices in terms of build quality etc.

I am a Desire owner and really enjoy the flexibility of Android and wouldn't want to be limited by the Apple O.S at this stage even though the gaming options on their platform are admittedly far superior. If I had £100 burning a hole in my pocket and wanted to experience Android for the first time I would honestly just buy a San Francisco and root it or get saving for a quality piece of hardware like the Galaxy Tab or even the Vega.


i have the galaxy tab it is awesome,

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