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Hisense sero 7 pro 32gb 7" tablet now £119 @ Ebuyer free case
Hisense sero 7 pro 32gb 7" tablet now £119 @ Ebuyer free case

Hisense sero 7 pro 32gb 7" tablet now £119 @ Ebuyer free case

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As previously listed (thanks previous op's) but now reduced down to £119 inc free case and free delivery

Gets decent reviews

Do we jump now or will it fall further in price?

Specs:

SCREEN
• 7” 1280x800 HD display
• Capacitive, support 5 point multi-touch
• Back-lit IPS display
• 2MP front-facing camera
• 5MP Rear-Facing camera

WEIGHT
• 360 grams

MEMORY
• 32 GB eMMC(NAND)internal storage
• 1 GB DDR3 RAM

BATTERY
• Capacity 4000 mAh
• Charging time - 3-4hrs
• Up to 7 hours use with 1080p Video Playing,
• up to10 hours use with web viewing using Wi-Fi

CPU
• Quad-core Tegra 3 T30 processor 1.3GHz

SIZE
• 199.8 x 125.8 x 10.8mm

WIRELESS
• WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
• Bluetooth 3.0+EDR

INTERFACES
• Micro USB
• Mini HDMI
• 3.5mm earphone port
OS / APPS

MULTIMEDIA
• Video Decode: DivX、MPEG-2, H.264 MPEG-4 H.263 MPEG-2 JPEG
• Videa Encode: H.264 MPEG-4 H.263
• Audio decode: AAC-LC AAC+ eAAC+ AMR-NB AMR-WB WAVE Vorbis MPEG-2
• Audio encode: AAC-LC, AMR-NB, AMR-MB
• Picture encode: JPEG

SCREEN
• 7” 1280x800 HD display
• Capacitive, support 5 point multi-touch
• Back-lit IPS display
• 2MP front-facing camera
• 5MP Rear-Facing camera

WEIGHT
• 360 grams

MEMORY
• 32 GB eMMC(NAND)internal storage
• 1 GB DDR3 RAM

BATTERY
• Capacity 4000 mAh
• Charging time - 3-4hrs
• Up to 7 hours use with 1080p Video Playing,
• up to10 hours use with web viewing using Wi-Fi

CPU
• Quad-core Tegra 3 T30 processor 1.3GHz

SIZE
• 199.8 x 125.8 x 10.8mm

WIRELESS
• WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
• Bluetooth 3.0+EDR

INTERFACES
• Micro USB
• Mini HDMI
• 3.5mm earphone port

OS / APPS
• Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
• Browser, Calculator, Calendar, Chrome, Clock, Currents,Downloads, E-mail, Gallery, Gmail, Google Earth, Google Search, Google+, Local, Maps, Messenger, Navigation, News& weather, People, Play Books, Play Magazines, Play Movies& TV, Play Music, Play Store, Settings, Sound Recorder, Talk, Voice Search, YouTube, Camera, Movie studio

MULTIMEDIA
• Video Decode: DivX、MPEG-2, H.264 MPEG-4 H.263 MPEG-2 JPEG
• Videa Encode: H.264 MPEG-4 H.263
• Audio decode: AAC-LC AAC+ eAAC+ AMR-NB AMR-WB WAVE Vorbis MPEG-2
• Audio encode: AAC-LC, AMR-NB, AMR-MB
• Picture encode: JPEG

18 Comments

this or hudl, swaying towards this, anyone know what their customer service is like for repairs etc if anything goes wrong?

jez794

this or hudl, swaying towards this, anyone know what their customer … this or hudl, swaying towards this, anyone know what their customer service is like for repairs etc if anything goes wrong?



Not very good, there was a post from the t&c's and it didn't look pleasant.

If I had the time to find it I would, but I don't sorry

Might be worth reading t&c's & ebuyer policies.

I'm glad to see it's matched the hudl price but I can see the prices changing nearer Christmas as various people have said.

Advantage of the Hudl is you can use the clubcard boost scheme.

Annoying TCB aren't paying out in tesco points anymore, is that right?

This is now looking tempting. Can anyone confirm if this has GPS built in?

Is hudi better ?

Joe90_guy

This is now looking tempting. Can anyone confirm if this has GPS built in?


In answer to my own question, yes it does...

Shall I? Shant I? Aaarrgh!...

LOUGHBORO GUY

Is hudi better ?



I'd say this is better than hudl, near enough a nexus 2012 on specs but tesco customer services are great IMO, aftercare didn't bother me so much previously but had an absolute mare with Asus since August, nearly resolved now apparently.

1000 in stock since forever.

loool

Bought mine at £130 and I'm really happy with it. Great price.

im tempted by this, my son wants a tablet after trying my nexus 7 2012 version, is this better?

Good review
pcmag.com/art…asp

Looks like a Nexus 7 clone with a SD Card slot.

I wouldn't spend more than £100 on a tablet made by an unknown company.

Original Poster

jtalep

I wouldn't spend more than £100 on a tablet made by an unknown company.



As has already been established in previous threads Hisense are far from being an unknown company.

jtalep

I wouldn't spend more than £100 on a tablet made by an unknown company.



As mentioned in a previous thread, Hisense is a big Chinese company. In the US, these tablets are Walmart exclusive - They are unlikely to sell it as an exclusive if it was rubbish.

This is the previous thread when it was more expensive.
hotukdeals.com/dea…770

Hisense Appliances UK

Hisense is a white goods and electronics manufacturer based in China. Founded in 1969. 13 manufacturing facilities in China. Retails products under several brand names, these include Combine, Kelon and Ronshen. Hisense is also an OEM, so some of the products it makes are sold to other manufacturers and carry a brand name not related to Hisense.

Defiantly a well established company.

Original Poster

If the stock levels are to be believed *rolls eyes* then they have shifted over 750 of these in a few days! oO

Hmmmm

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