HP 7 inch Quad Core Windows 8.1  Stream 7 Tablet 69.98 + delivery - £73.97 - SCAN.CO.UK
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HP 7 inch Quad Core Windows 8.1 Stream 7 Tablet 69.98 + delivery - £73.97 - SCAN.CO.UK

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Found 15th Apr 2015
Great tablet great price bonus Office365+1TB One Drive and free 32GB class 10 micro SD .....all for less than £70 including VAT

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Hummm
Got this at £49.99 a few weeks ago

hashman

HummmGot this at £49.99 a few weeks ago


To the hot tub time machine it is !

hashman

HummmGot this at £49.99 a few weeks ago



Link please? .. &/or where from?. :-)

powerbrick

To the hot tub time machine it is !



For real .. for real ..... hahahahaha lool. :-)

agreed ! got the same for £49.99 from Microsoft website with a code.

powerbrick

To the hot tub time machine it is !



Back To The Future 'Time Circuits' it is then ..... lool. :-)

hashman

HummmGot this at £49.99 a few weeks ago



burmir

agreed ! got the same for £49.99 from Microsoft website with a code.



It was this:

HP Stream 7 Tablet for £49.99 @ Microsoft Store (IN STOCK new code) - hotukdeals.com/dea…809

Wasn't it? lool.

powerbrick

To the hot tub time machine it is !



I think the point is that it's not worth paying £70 as for what you get it has it's issues. This time machine rubbish people spout on here is irritating at a minimum. The same thing as happens with the steam sales should apply here, ie if it's been cheaper then it's not really that good of a deal. I certainly consider this cold because it's been available cheaper and if I paid this price for what you get I'd not be impressed by it and send it back.

The Dell Venue deal or similar at this money are probably a better bet if you ask me as there are quite a few tablets at this price range now and all pretty similar spec.

I got one at the £50 price and at that price it's just right spec wise. There are problems with regards to the headphones, no HDMI port among other things, for £50 I can forgive it these issues as a cheap test bed, if I paid any more I'd have rather gotten a better alternative and I did constantly toy with cancelling and spending a few quid more.

Further this is not a signature model and will have all the space swallowing HP bloat on it.

Therefore for me it's cold when compared to other equivalent W8 tablets for example (but not limited to)

hotukdeals.com/dea…209
Similar spec, sell the phone and it works out cheaper.

Astec123

I think the point is that it's not worth paying £70 as for what you get … I think the point is that it's not worth paying £70 as for what you get it has it's issues. This time machine rubbish people spout on here is irritating at a minimum. The same thing as happens with the steam sales should apply here, ie if it's been cheaper then it's not really that good of a deal. I certainly consider this cold because it's been available cheaper and if I paid this price for what you get I'd not be impressed by it and send it back.The Dell Venue deal or similar at this money are probably a better bet if you ask me as there are quite a few tablets at this price range now and all pretty similar spec. I got one at the £50 price and at that price it's just right spec wise. There are problems with regards to the headphones, no HDMI port among other things, for £50 I can forgive it these issues as a cheap test bed, if I paid any more I'd have rather gotten a better alternative and I did constantly toy with cancelling and spending a few quid more.Further this is not a signature model and will have all the space swallowing HP bloat on it.Therefore for me it's cold when compared to other equivalent W8 tablets for example (but not limited to)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tesco-mobile-nokia-lumia-530-linx-7-tablet-bundle-89-2181209Similar spec, sell the phone and it works out cheaper.


Well said, just to add if something's been cheaper before then there's a chance it may do again in the near future.

hashman

HummmGot this at £49.99 a few weeks ago

burmir

agreed ! got the same for £49.99 from Microsoft website with a code.




yh you got it right !!!

Astec123

I think the point is that it's not worth paying £70 as for what you get … I think the point is that it's not worth paying £70 as for what you get it has it's issues. This time machine rubbish people spout on here is irritating at a minimum. The same thing as happens with the steam sales should apply here, ie if it's been cheaper then it's not really that good of a deal. I certainly consider this cold because it's been available cheaper and if I paid this price for what you get I'd not be impressed by it and send it back.The Dell Venue deal or similar at this money are probably a better bet if you ask me as there are quite a few tablets at this price range now and all pretty similar spec. I got one at the £50 price and at that price it's just right spec wise. There are problems with regards to the headphones, no HDMI port among other things, for £50 I can forgive it these issues as a cheap test bed, if I paid any more I'd have rather gotten a better alternative and I did constantly toy with cancelling and spending a few quid more.Further this is not a signature model and will have all the space swallowing HP bloat on it.Therefore for me it's cold when compared to other equivalent W8 tablets for example (but not limited to)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tesco-mobile-nokia-lumia-530-linx-7-tablet-bundle-89-2181209Similar spec, sell the phone and it works out cheaper.



well said.
couldn`t agree more..
All this 'hot tub time machine' stuff is really annoying.
i find an original DeLorean with flux capacitor a lot more accurate and satisfying for time travel than the new fangled hot tub thing.



Astec123

This time machine rubbish people spout on here is irritating at a minimum.



NO, the people who quote, old, no longer available deals for comparison are irritating.

powerbrick

NO, the people who quote, old, no longer available deals for comparison … NO, the people who quote, old, no longer available deals for comparison are irritating.



Funny how I don't see anywhere me quoting no longer available deals at all, I did however point out that it has been cheaper previously, that I had purchased at said price and was happy with what I received for that lower price. Then I also explained my perspective of this model based on it's known model specific issues. I also will add that I posted a better alternative deal, if anyone wants to find an identically priced model they need but search to find many options as there are plenty of windows tablets available at various price points.

As far as I can tell you've so far, moaned, done a bit more moaning and added nothing actually constructive. I appreciate you disagree with me, but your irrelevantly held belief that you need a time machine to get the other deal still does not detract for the fact that this model has serious and considerable flaws (something you'd know if you owned one).

I and others however, have pointed out that this particular model at this price is not a good deal. It has a number of flaws that are not present in other models. Further other models are similar price/cheaper and this has been available cheaper. I would not pay this much, for this tablet, that being said as someone who owns one without all the bloat this will come with.

I'll spell it out as clearly as I can, £50 great device if you can live with the issues. £70+ there's a whole boat load of other better windows tablets out there worth buying without the issues this has.

Awaiting your further comment that I likely will not waste my time on replying to.

Astec123

Funny how I don't see anywhere me quoting no longer available deals at … Funny how I don't see anywhere me quoting no longer available deals at all, I did however point out that it has been cheaper previously, that I had purchased at said price and was happy with what I received for that lower price. Then I also explained my perspective of this model based on it's known model specific issues. I also will add that I posted a better alternative deal, if anyone wants to find an identically priced model they need but search to find many options as there are plenty of windows tablets available at various price points. As far as I can tell you've so far, moaned, done a bit more moaning and added nothing actually constructive. I appreciate you disagree with me, but your irrelevantly held belief that you need a time machine to get the other deal still does not detract for the fact that this model has serious and considerable flaws (something you'd know if you owned one). I and others however, have pointed out that this particular model at this price is not a good deal. It has a number of flaws that are not present in other models. Further other models are similar price/cheaper and this has been available cheaper. I would not pay this much, for this tablet, that being said as someone who owns one without all the bloat this will come with. I'll spell it out as clearly as I can, £50 great device if you can live with the issues. £70+ there's a whole boat load of other better windows tablets out there worth buying without the issues this has. Awaiting your further comment that I likely will not waste my time on replying to.




what windows tablets in the £70 range are better?

TROYBOY79

what windows tablets in the £70 range are better?



I had this one for £49.99 but returned it and went for the Dell Venue Pro instead.

Much better machine.


I picked up one of these from Scan for my Sister. Absolute bargain.

7" Quad Core Tablet with the Full Version of Windows 8.1 (not the RT rubbish) and on top of that you get a one year subscription to MS Office 365 and a whole Terabyte of Onedrive Cloud Storage.

To be honest I think my Sister was more interested in the shiny new tablet, however considering that the office and onedrive storage is about £70 for the year, if you use it you're saving a lot. Especially since I think you can use the sub on an additional smartphone & a PC on top of your Stream 7. A 32GB Memory card came free with it too, so it makes a total of 64GB to play with.

I personally really like the IPS Screen as it looks nice and vibrant, with the viewing angles being good. Overall condition of the Tablet is Great, despite being advertised as Open-boxed/pre-owned.

Brilliant piece of kit, may have to get myself one.

If nothing else to save the £7.99 per month i'm paying for office right now.
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