Celsius 7" Android Tab - 8GB - £39.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Celsius 7" Android Tab - 8GB - £39.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 12th Nov 2014
Cheap kids tab for Xmas?

Celsius 7" Android tab in white, found at Sainsbury's today, staff say it's national but store specific dependent on stock but don't they always?

As HUKD posts don't make it explicitly clear, this is instore only.

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superb price.....but some people will still prefer to pay 5 times the price or more just for a 'named' brand....heat from me anyway.

What ram and processor

Could this be used with the nectar card bonus scheme? That would knock another £10 off the price

PLANKT0N0

superb price.....but some people will still prefer to pay 5 times the … superb price.....but some people will still prefer to pay 5 times the price or more just for a 'named' brand....heat from me anyway.



Eh? I haven't seen many 7" tablets for £200+ as you're suggesting. Some people will clearly want to pay more than this for a GOOD tablet, but for kids as long as it works I'm sure its fine.

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HamanBasher

What ram and processor



No idea, no info and can't find it online. If I was an atypical HUKD'er I'd have bought them all and flogged here and ebay.

would like a working link please.
As suggested above, it isn't on the Sainsbury's website!

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fleebleflam

would like a working link please.As suggested above, it isn't on the … would like a working link please.As suggested above, it isn't on the Sainsbury's website!



Instore only...

Original Poster

ehsan111

http://reviews.sainsburys.co.uk/2678-en_gb/125060074/reviews.htm probs … http://reviews.sainsburys.co.uk/2678-en_gb/125060074/reviews.htm probs similar to this



Poss but that's very old tablet wise now, if I nip back in later I'll ask to see a box.

@capriboygraig..thanx for letting us know. =]

Original Poster

fleebleflam

@capriboygraig..thanx for letting us know. =]



Yw - I wouldn't make a special trip myself, without calling first. Supermarket instore deals are very fickle- I almost always never post but also saw a camera today, and was annoyed as I've only just recently bought a budget branded one as a gift and there was nothing anywhere near as cheap when I looked.

I wouldn't buy this or the other one well under powered just wasting your money
I brought a dual core one like that and even that was laggy and kept running out of ram
I then brought a nexus 7 and it was a different experience altogether...i know it was more expensive
but its like you say you get what you pay for.

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sdduk2

I wouldn't buy this or the other one well under powered just wasting your … I wouldn't buy this or the other one well under powered just wasting your moneyI brought a dual core one like that and even that was laggy and kept running out of ramI then brought a nexus 7 and it was a different experience altogether...i know it was more expensivebut its like you say you get what you pay for.



2.5x the price. I don't disagree with you mind - but if you we're looking for a first tab to help a younger child get to grips and learn to look after equipment I'd much rather not have £99 invested.

I see were you are coming from if the child is about 5yrs
My Daughter brought my 8 year old granddaughter a cheap tablet and she got the right hump with it in the end because it kept running out of battery and lagging
She now has a ipad mini and never complains about it and shes on it all the time
Before you say it i know lots of parents can't afford ipads even my daughter couldn't she got it out of a catalog.

£89.99 in my local sainsburys, Glasgow Darnely

Single core?

May be good for the adults, whilst the kids get the best out of the more expensive tech

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reddit

Single core?May be good for the adults, whilst the kids get the best out … Single core?May be good for the adults, whilst the kids get the best out of the more expensive tech



Prob dual

What a difference an r can make! Both words are used when communicating in the past tense, but have entirely different meanings.

Bought: past tense of "to buy".
"Jeremy bought a new computer for £500."

Brought: past tense of "to bring".
"Katherine brought several bottles of wine to the party."

i no lagwidge make me very verify agree me sent them spelin an say grrr it not be it my auto spella

i hate how many 'tabs for kids' offers there are on here.
how about a football? or some outdoor gear?
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