Amazon SQ46CW Kindle Fire 7" Tablet 16GB HDD 1GB RAM Fire OS 4 Wi-Fi Black Refurb FREE P&P £45 @ Tesco.eBay
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Amazon SQ46CW Kindle Fire 7" Tablet 16GB HDD 1GB RAM Fire OS 4 Wi-Fi Black Refurb FREE P&P £45 @ Tesco.eBay

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Found 11th Mar 2016
Just found this online.

Just ordered 2 of these(1 for me and one for my son.)

Free P&P and 12 month Tesco Outlet Warranty.

I know a lot of people are not fussed on refurb good and it's down to individual preference. I ordered a Samsung TV off Tesco Outlet last year which was classed as refurb, when it arrived the only thing that stood out was the resealing of the box, otherwise I would of assumed it was brand new from looking at the TV when I opened it. Saved over £220 on that TV compared to a new one in the stores...and its still going strong.

I've added the specification on the listing below for the Kindle Fire.

Specification:
Type : Tablet
Brand: Amazon
MPN: N/A
Storage Capacity: 16GB
Operating System: Fire OS 4
Screen Size: 7"
Colour: Black
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Internet Connectivity: Wi-Fi
Hardware Connectivity: USB
Features: Web Browser
Condition: Refurbished
Bluetooth: Yes

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Personally I would rather have a cheaper 2015 model with an sd card slot and put a 32gb card in it.
this or Asus Zenpad 7 inch??
Bear in mind, these may come with the adapter that Amazon have emailed people about. The standard adapter has a risk of causing electrocution when removing from the wall.
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Dookie1985

Bear in mind, these may come with the adapter that Amazon have emailed … Bear in mind, these may come with the adapter that Amazon have emailed people about. The standard adapter has a risk of causing electrocution when removing from the wall.



​shocking
Do these have an SD card slot?
i always try and buy refurb! should be better than new as has been re inspected!
Dookie1985

Bear in mind, these may come with the adapter that Amazon have emailed … Bear in mind, these may come with the adapter that Amazon have emailed people about. The standard adapter has a risk of causing electrocution when removing from the wall.



​Also keep in mind that Amazon have recently removed all encryption from these devices so's to leave your data more available for thieves, hackers and government agencies (same thing). So if you were hoping for a device that you could use in conjunction with banking, businesses and highly confidential information which you wanted to take out and about with you this is a pi** poor choice to choose.
stevenkats

this or Asus Zenpad 7 inch??



​Asus make good tablets, I would go with that. I wish Google would release a 2016/17 Nexus 7. The last Nexus was by far the best 7" tablet to date.
jameshothothot

i always try and buy refurb! should be better than new as has been re … i always try and buy refurb! should be better than new as has been re inspected!



​Wtf oO
ukez

​Also keep in mind that Amazon have recently removed all encryption from t … ​Also keep in mind that Amazon have recently removed all encryption from these devices so's to leave your data more available for thieves, hackers and government agencies (same thing). So if you were hoping for a device that you could use in conjunction with banking, businesses and highly confidential information which you wanted to take out and about with you this is a pi** poor choice to choose.



They have already U-turned on this.

bbc.co.uk/new…338
Edited by: "dawg" 11th Mar 2016
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