Lenovo Kids Tab 3 1Gb RAM, 16Gb Storage 7 Inch Tablet £49.99 @ Very (£3.99 P&P)
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Lenovo Kids Tab 3 1Gb RAM, 16Gb Storage 7 Inch Tablet £49.99 @ Very (£3.99 P&P)

£49.99Very Deals
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Found 23rd May 2017
Yes it's from very and will attract some cold votes here. Similar products are around £70/80 elsewhere.

The Lenovo Kids Tab 3 In Blue Is Perfect For Children And The Whole Family

This great value tablet features a dedicated kids’ mode with safe web browsing and access restriction tools for your complete peace of mind. With multiple user modes, every member of the family can have their own dedicated experience.

Weighing just 260g, this tablet is portable enough for then to use on the go while WiFi and optional 4G keep you connected. And with up to 9 hours of battery life on a single charge, so you can use it all day long - ideal for long car journeys.

This tab takes great photos with the 5MP rear camera, and the 2MP front camera is great for selfies. The Tab 3 7 is splash-proof (IP52) thanks to P2i technologym, so you can play a game poolside or browse in the tub.

Adaptive display technology means the Tab3 7 won’t make your eyes sore. The device optimizes lighting and contrast to work best for activities like reading and watching videos. It even includes a safe mode that removes all blue light to protect children and people with sensitive eyes.

Narrow bezels both look great and deliver the best viewing experience, while multiple color options mean you can choose the look that suits you.

Depth: 10 MM

Height: 200 MM

Width: 200 MM

Delivery - £3.99

- vassy1

Free click & collect from nearby collection point.
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£20: 6TFTK seems to still work.
AJ92

£20: 6TFTK seems to still work.


You can only use once per account.
Thanks vassy for input. Worth mentioning it can be collected free though.
nihir

You can only use once per account.


I know. Very codes can't be used more the once.
Edited by: "AJ92" 23rd May 2017
Bought one. Thanx. Any good to play Roblox on this tablet?
ordered thanks op. didn't know about the £20 code so added and that worked too!
perfect. thanks again!
A decent entry-level tab. Won't disappoint you.
won't take the code for me, do you have to set up a credit account for the 6TFTK code to work?
good price - heat added
Didn't need the tablet but thanks for the code, used it to get £20 off the Karcher WV2 Plus window vac which they are currently selling for £50 - decent price anyway (Currys, Tesco, Amazon, JohnLewis all selling for £50-£60) so got it for just £30. Heat added for deal too
canaryruss

won't take the code for me, do you have to set up a credit account for … won't take the code for me, do you have to set up a credit account for the 6TFTK code to work?



I used on existing account
How can optional 4G keep you connected?

And I would not buy an Android device with 1GB of RAM. It may be cheap, but it is still a waste of money for most purposes. For games or web browsing it is going to be painful, and as a media consumption device it lacks storage. It only really works as a "disposable" device if you do not care about the user experience.
canaryruss

won't take the code for me, do you have to set up a credit account for … won't take the code for me, do you have to set up a credit account for the 6TFTK code to work?


yes - credit account required.
MrPuddington

How can optional 4G keep you connected?And I would not buy an Android … How can optional 4G keep you connected?And I would not buy an Android device with 1GB of RAM. It may be cheap, but it is still a waste of money for most purposes. For games or web browsing it is going to be painful, and as a media consumption device it lacks storage. It only really works as a "disposable" device if you do not care about the user experience.



£30 after code... yes 1gb is not great for high power stuff but for browsing / kids its fine.
MrPuddington

How can optional 4G keep you connected?. For games or web browsing it is … How can optional 4G keep you connected?. For games or web browsing it is going to be painful, and as a media consumption device it lacks storage. It only really works as a "disposable" device if you do not care about the user experience.



It lacks storage? You can get a 64GB Micro SD card for about £15 and put plenty of music and movies on there. But to be honest though, this device is marketed as a kids or entry level tablet, for me as long as my children can play the likes of the Cbeebies and Lego games on it and use the BBC Kids iPlayer app (keeping them off my phone and tablet) then it does exactly the job that it sets out to do. This tablet is also known as the Lenovo Essentials tablet, and as long as you know what to expect from it then you can't really go wrong for the money.
smart price for the specs!
It's the same price at Argos, plus you have a choice of colours and may be able to click and collect to avoid paying postage
www.argos.co.uk/product/4590224
The_Third_Man

It's the same price at Argos, plus you have a choice of colours and may … It's the same price at Argos, plus you have a choice of colours and may be able to click and collect to avoid paying postagewww.argos.co.uk/product/4590224



​it s not the same tablet
Edited by: "Kasia29" 25th May 2017
Ah thanks, I thought it was another name for the same tablet but I think you are right
Kasia29

it s not the same tablet



It looks like the same Tab 3 7" tablet, except that the Kids version comes with the extra protective case, and happens to have 16gb storage as opposed to the Argos one's 8gb, making the Very deal better value for money even for those who just want a basic tablet.
Haircut_100

It lacks storage? You can get a 64GB Micro SD card for about £15 and put … It lacks storage? You can get a 64GB Micro SD card for about £15 and put plenty of music and movies on there. But to be honest though, this device is marketed as a kids or entry level tablet, for me as long as my children can play the likes of the Cbeebies and Lego games on it and use the BBC Kids iPlayer app (keeping them off my phone and tablet) then it does exactly the job that it sets out to do. This tablet is also known as the Lenovo Essentials tablet, and as long as you know what to expect from it then you can't really go wrong for the money.


Not sure about Lego games, but Minecraft struggles on 1GB of RAM. As you said it depends on what you expect.
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