E-Fun Nextbook 7.85" Andriod 4.4.2 Quad Core Tablet £64.99 @ Asda (In Store)

E-Fun Nextbook 7.85" Andriod 4.4.2 Quad Core Tablet £64.99 @ Asda (In Store)

Found 23rd Dec 2014
Looking for a cheap Android tablet and need it now?... I just picked on of these up in Asda. Great specs for such a small price!

-7.85 inch display
-1024 x 768 resolution
-RK3188 Quad core ARM Cortex A9/1.6GHz Processor
-16GB internal storage
-SD Card slot (up to 64GB)
-WIFI 802.11 b/g/n
-Cameras (2MP back and 0.3MP front)
-Bluetooth 4.0
-HDMI out
-Play Store
-Nook for Android
-Net Nanny


A cheap rubbish. Pay a bit more for a Kindle or a Samung

Rockchip cpu = no custom rom
The RK3188 was the first product in the RK31xx series, announced for production in the 2nd quarter of 2013. The RK3188 features a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 clocked up to 1.6 GHz frequency.[35][36] It is targeted at tablets and Android TV dongles and boxes,[22] and has been a popular choice for both tablets and other devices requiring good performance.

28 nm HKMG process[36] at GlobalFoundries[37]
Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, up to 1.6 GHz
512 KB L2 cache[22]
Mali-400 MP4 GPU, up to 600 MHz (typically 533 MHz) supporting Open GL ES 1.1/2.0, Open VG 1.1[25][36]
High performance dedicated 2D processor[36]
DDR3, DDR3L, LPDDR2 support[36]
Dual-panel display up to 2048x1536 resolution[36]
The RK3188T is a lower-clocked version of the RK3188, with the CPU cores running at a maximum speed of 1.4 GHz instead of 1.6 GHz. The Mali-400MP4 GPU is also clocked at a lower speed. As of early 2014, many devices advertised as using a RK3188 with a maximum clock speed of 1.6 GHz actually have a RK3188T with clock speed limited to 1.4 GHz. Operating system ROMs specifically made for the RK3188 may not work correctly with a RK3188T.[38]
, LPDDR2 support[40]
Dual-panel display up to 1920x1080 resolution[40]

But not bad for the price heat added.

Edited by: "Pspvita" 23rd Dec 2014

utter tat

this or a refurbished hudl for £50


this or a refurbished hudl for £50

refurbished hudl i would say. i have one, works well. nice screen, decent setup for £50. selling mine soon due to ipad mini purchase
Edited by: "doncoop" 23rd Dec 2014

The RK3188 was used in a lot of Android TV boxes and was a pretty good SOC.

Custom ROM's for this will be easy with a request over at Freaktab as they specialise in RK SOC's.


utter tat

Such words of wisdom with a full explanation of why.


I'd probably go for this instead if you don't mind a slightly smaller screen 7"
Tegra, 1280 res, pre-rooted, known brand - updates available and an external controller. It also has GPS like the model listed by OP.
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