Argos , Acer Iconia B1-711 3G 16GB Tablet, Wi-Fi and Cellular enabled - £99 @ Argos

Argos , Acer Iconia B1-711 3G 16GB Tablet, Wi-Fi and Cellular enabled - £99 @ Argos

Found 30th Jul 2014
The Iconia B Series makes the journey as rewarding as the destination. At just 7" this tablet is small enough to slip easily into your commuting bag, yet big enough to provide a fine view of your favourite media. Read ebooks and magazines, watch videos, play games and enjoy every moment!

Model number: B1-711 16GB.
Optimal online and offline gaming experience, web browsing and video is fast and smooth, thanks to the 1.2 GHz quad core CPU.
Jelly Bean improves performance throughout the system. Everything in Jelly Bean feels fast, fluid and smooth.
It's easier to quickly get precise answers to search queries, explore and browse search results.

7 inch screen.
Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels.

1.2GHz quad core processor.
16 GB internal storage.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

General features:
Wi-Fi and Cellular enabled.
microSD memory card slot.
Micro USB.

Additional information:
Up to 3.5 hours battery life (depending on usage).
1.2mm thin.
Size H19.7, W12.8cm.
Weight 360g.

Now £89.99
- 2lk


For a 3g enabled tablet it's a good price, perhaps it's only rival being the one from John Lewis if you're prepared to rely on cash back deals, or the HP Slate 7 16gb HD 3g (dual core though, not quad) from Tesco, but this one seems much better for the money.

The Nexus 32gb whilst the same price in Argos is not 3g so really isn't comparable but I imagine that's what people are going to benchmark this against.

Edited by: "Gynx" 30th Jul 2014

All 7inch tablets are compared to the Nexus, because it's best in class. The battery life and resolution on this are abysmal - you'd be better off getting a refurb wifi Nexus and tethering to your smartphone for data.
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