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Cheap EGL 7" tablet £19.99 / Postage £4.99 so £24.98 delivered @ Studio
Cheap EGL 7" tablet £19.99 / Postage £4.99 so £24.98 delivered @ Studio

Cheap EGL 7" tablet £19.99 / Postage £4.99 so £24.98 delivered @ Studio

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Great little tablet for pocket money price!

Yes - I know the specs are rubbish,

Yes - I know it might only last for 6 months,

But hey, why not get it for the kids Christmas box, or for travelling to read using the Kindle app?

Key features:

• 7" capacitive touchscreen - 800 x 480 pixels 

• Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system 

• AllWinner A33 quad core processor with Mali-400 MP graphics  

• Built-in 8GB memory - expandable up to 32GB with use of Micro SD card (not supplied) 

• 512MB RAM  

• Micro USB port  

• Micro SD card slot  

• 0.3 megapixel front facing camera 

• 3.5mm headphone socket  

• WiFi ready 

• Built-in rechargeable Li-Polymer 2100mAh battery  

Model Name/Number: E75128 

7 Comments

The supplied code (057) or code 067 should knock the delivery charge off (=£19.99)

Is the pain and frustration of apps not loading, unresponsive screen, locking up, etc worth it over something decent and up to the job for the sake of the difference in cost of the price of a take away ?

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Edited by: "rugman" 3rd Oct 2016

rugman

Is the pain and frustration of apps not loading, unresponsive screen, … Is the pain and frustration of apps not loading, unresponsive screen, locking up, etc worth it over something decent and up to the job for the sake of the difference in cost of the price of a take away ?http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2969228.htm



+1 on this. For the sake of an extra £20 you're going to get a lot less frustration. It's alright thinking "Ah, 7" tablet for £24.99. Be 'reet for the kids!" but you can guarantee when it's slow, clunky, stops working after a few months, the constant sending It back under warranty and the amount of apps that won't work properly due to the specs, you'll end up buying a half-decent one anyway.

Hot in terms of the deal itself - 7" Tablet for £24.99 but it's just going to be a waste of money in the end with pain and frustration thrown in - just save yourself the hassle and buy something better.

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deangreen4

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​I'd also recommend adding a lux filter like 'Twilight's, so the backlight gets dimmer at night.

with 512mb ram it will be very slow these days. Even 8gb rom is not enough.

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M0nk3h

+1 on this. For the sake of an extra £20 you're going to get a lot less … +1 on this. For the sake of an extra £20 you're going to get a lot less frustration. It's alright thinking "Ah, 7" tablet for £24.99. Be 'reet for the kids!" but you can guarantee when it's slow, clunky, stops working after a few months, the constant sending It back under warranty and the amount of apps that won't work properly due to the specs, you'll end up buying a half-decent one anyway.Hot in terms of the deal itself - 7" Tablet for £24.99 but it's just going to be a waste of money in the end with pain and frustration thrown in - just save yourself the hassle and buy something better.



​what 'decent' tablet are you gonna get for (the extra £20) at £45???
its still gonna be some 'chinglish' knock-off at that price. I would expect to be paying £70+ for a proper branded tablet.
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