Commtiva N700 Tablet £99.99 at UKDVDR
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Commtiva N700 Tablet £99.99 at UKDVDR

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Found 20th Sep 2011
seems a decent price - seem to remember these in Tesco sometime back on offer at a higher price

he sleek and compact aluminium casing puts all of your favourite must-have widgets and social networking sites (such as Twitter, Facebook) at your fingertips and the Android Marketplace application allows you to download additional games and gadgets from a huge database that's growing every day.
The crisp, clear multitouch LCD screen allows you to enjoy a quick and accurate touchscreen experience and the addition of 'swipe' makes typing quick and easy.
At only 375g the N700 is light enough to take with you anywhere you go.

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Compact, stylish and intuitive the Commtiva N700 tablet will transform the way you browse the internet, download applications and connect to your friends.

At only 375g the N700 is light enough to take with you anywhere you go.
The crisp, clear multitouch LCD screen allows you to enjoy a quick and accurate touchscreen experience and the addition of 'swipe' makes typing quick and easy.
The latest Android 2.2 Operating System gives you up-to-the-minute technology and enhancements to make your tablet experience easier and faster than ever before.
The N700 has built in Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), 3G (SIM card required), Bluetooth (2.1 + EDR) allowing you to get connected and remain connected wherever you are all the time.
Built in GPS (with GPS assist) and E-compass can be used with Google Maps for real time navigation and location.
The image gallery and photo album lets you easily scroll through your pictures and then view in full-screen mode--ideal for sharing with all your friends.
The tablet comes with 512MB of built-in memory it will also support a 4GB microSD card, which can be upgraded with microSD cards up to 32GB.
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This is also branded as the Viewsonic viewpad 7 and has 3G.
Hot price - but it is a refurbished model according to the site.

Similar spec to the Samsung Galaxy Tab model with 3G that was sold out by CPW at £249 earlier this year except for the memory and a memory card does not cost a lot.

Edit:- Having read the review, it isn't as good as the tab - slower CPU, lower resolution screen, and a bit fatter. Still not bad for the price.

Review here

Edited by: "ctdctd" 20th Sep 2011
very tempted .. but NO FLASH put me off ...

which.co.uk/tec…00/

Android 2.2, but no Flash
The N700 runs the Android 2.2, also known as Froyo, operating system, but doesn't support Adobe Flash video like most 2.2 devices. This means many web videos and animations - including the video above - can't be enjoyed on it.
what a terrible piece of junk
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ctoumi

what a terrible piece of junk



better than some of the £99 no-name Chinese junk on ebay

EliTom
Just ordered one , you get a lot for your money and most of the reviews are very good .So, what if you
dont get Flash nor the latest CPu ,it's still OK for what I want it for and for a ton it's not a bad price.
cheers
ricko

Just ordered one , you get a lot for your money and most of the reviews … Just ordered one , you get a lot for your money and most of the reviews are very good .So, what if youdont get Flash nor the latest CPu ,it's still OK for what I want it for and for a ton it's not a bad price.cheers



Head over the XDA-Developers and get a custom ROM, overclocked kernel and Flash 10.1 added in !
Edited by: "jpearn" 21st Sep 2011
Sold out
Original Poster
JP

Sold out



still showing as in stock for me - just added to my basket and went as far as confirm order !

EliTom
many thanks for those links elitom ,they look very interesting.
Sorry! Sold Out
Yeah ,I checked last night and they were gone , must have been a good seller at this price . Mines been delivered this morning before noon , cannot wait to try it out . I already have Igo8 for Android and I'm wanting to install it .

update:
It's arrived ,as this is my first tablet device apart from my nokia N770 & N810 ,I have nothing to compare it with . But my first impressions are very good .It is responsive and quite quick . The map feature is good and I've just dropped an old virgin SIM card in and I've dialed out straight away .Wasn't supplied with a miniSD card, but I ordered one from play yesterday [ just as well]. Have'nt a clue how to get apps ! Do I pay or are they free .I want one for keeping business data on anda good callendar and something for schedules . Where do I go for them ?
Edited by: "ricko" 22nd Sep 2011
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