7 inch Mini Android Laptop Netbook, choice of colours  £51.99 7DAYSHOP
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7 inch Mini Android Laptop Netbook, choice of colours £51.99 7DAYSHOP

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Found 24th Sep 2015
Cheap Internet access on the go with keyboard.

This fantastic value 4GB HD 7 inch Netbook enables you to access the Internet easily visiting websites and browsing latest news pages. In addition, it supports IE, Email, Office (WordPad, Excel, Powerpoint), PDF Reader, Image Viewer, MSN, Windows Media Player, games software etc. It has built-in 1800mAh battery with up to 4hrs work time. ideal for a kids educational laptop
This computer is rooted

Specifications:
Model NB701 Dual Core Notebook
CPU VIA WM8850, 1.5GHz, GPU: Mali-400
Operating System Android 4.2.1
RAM 512MB
ROM 4GB
Shell Material Plastic
Screen 7 Inch
NOT TOUCH SCREEN
TFT 800 x 480px
Extended Card Support : SD card up to 32GB extended
Camera Front camera; front is 0.3 megapixels
Multi-Touch No
Keyboard Standard English 80 key, support external keyboard
Mouse&Touch padBuild-in touch pad, set two shortcut key, and supports USB mouse
Play Store Yes
Bluetooth No
Video 1080P, AVI/MOV/MP4/RMVB/FLV/MKV… MusicMP3/WMA/WAV/APE/AAC/FLAC/OGG EbookUMD, TXT, PDF, HTML, RTF, FB2… Email and Browser Yes,
built in WIFI Yes, 802.11 b/g/n
3G Not built in, supports external 3G dongle: E1916, ZTE AC2736, HUAWEI E1750, HUAWEI EC122, HUAWEI EM770W
Earphone Interface 3.5mm
Work Time Up to 4 hours Battery 1800mAh
Languages supported English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Burmese, Catala, Cestina, Dnask, Deutsch, Espanol, French, Filipino, Hrvatski, IsiZulu, Italiano, Kiswahili, Latviesu, Lietuviu, Magyar, Nederlands, Norsk, Polish, Portuguese, Romana, Rumantsch, Slovencina, Slovenscina, Suomi, Svenska, Vietnamese, Turkish, Greek, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Simplified/Traditional Chinese
Other Applications File Manager, Browser, Google Search, Play Store, Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Email, Gmail…
Product Size 237 x 152 x 15mm (9.33 x 5.98 x 0.59inch)
Product Weight 545g
Extend Port 1 x SD card slot; 1 x Mini HDMI port 1 x Mini USB port; 2 x USB 2.0 port 1 x 3.5mm Earphone port Whats in the box
1 x Charger(5V, 2A; support USB charging) 1 x User Manual(English, Russian, German, Spanish)
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Sorry but I wouldn't even waste your time. Get a cheap tablet for around this price e.g. Asus Memopad
tovers93

Sorry but I wouldn't even waste your time. Get a cheap tablet for around … Sorry but I wouldn't even waste your time. Get a cheap tablet for around this price e.g. Asus Memopad



And then pay extra for a keyboard/case.
Yep sorry OP. This is very poor value
Not touchscreen
512k RAM
Single core CPU
The list goes on.....
Very similar specs & looks to the first ever netbook, the Asus eeePC 4G from 2008, except with a much more powerful CPU and HDMI out.

Best fun little computer I ever had: could run most OS on it including Windows, but the screen resolution could be limiting and the 4GB SSD often got full up with Windows updates.
Muig1972

Very similar specs & looks to the first ever netbook, the Asus eeePC 4G … Very similar specs & looks to the first ever netbook, the Asus eeePC 4G from 2008, except with a much more powerful CPU and HDMI out.Best fun little computer I ever had: could run most OS on it including Windows, but the screen resolution could be limiting and the 4GB SSD often got full up with Windows updates.




Think your a little confused. The first netbooks had atom cpus and larger mechanical hard drives. This is a very terrible way of alienating anyone you give it to.
xela333

Think your a little confused. The first netbooks had atom cpus and larger … Think your a little confused. The first netbooks had atom cpus and larger mechanical hard drives. This is a very terrible way of alienating anyone you give it to.



No, you're confused. Asus started the netbook trend in 2007 with its Eee PC 701 which used a 4GB SSD and an underclocked Celeron processor.

Models with Atom processors and mechanical hard drives followed later.
Bung DOSbox on it and run DOS games on it?
Muig1972

No, you're confused. Asus started the netbook trend in 2007 with its Eee … No, you're confused. Asus started the netbook trend in 2007 with its Eee PC 701 which used a 4GB SSD and an underclocked Celeron processor.Models with Atom processors and mechanical hard drives followed later.




Ah sorry, had a look and your right. Completely forgot about that early model.
Android with 512K ram is too painful. Just let this go to landfill where it belongs.
Might be ok if it runs linux.

Bung DOSbox on it and run DOS games on it?



anonymoose1

Android with 512K ram is too painful. Just let this go to landfill where … Android with 512K ram is too painful. Just let this go to landfill where it belongs.



TBH you'd be hard-pushed to run DOS properly on it with 512K RAM
Edited by: "jasejames" 25th Sep 2015
Get any cheap 2nd hand Intel laptop and install Android-x86:
android-x86.org/rel…rc2
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