Yarvik 7" Tablet and accessories £125 delivered @ Post Office Shop Online
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Yarvik 7" Tablet and accessories £125 delivered @ Post Office Shop Online

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Found 27th Nov 2012
Great deal I have just seen on the Post Office Shop website, 7" tablet with Andriod 4.0 software!!! Latest version. Not only that but you get a protective sleeve and 16GB card to extend the storage.
Brill buy for my son - cheaper than an iPad and gets him used to the technology before I invest in something more expensive.

Only valid until Friday + FREE delivery as well!
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Should have bought the Samsung Tab 2 7 inch for around £110.

100 x better tablet for the same money.

Seriously ... Yarvik?

Even Motorola, Kindle, Blackberry Playbook and tablets from major laptop companies are rubbish. This one shouldnt really be worth considering unless it is £10.

You are getting ripped off at this price. Cancel your order or send it back.
Edited by: "ukbondraider" 28th Nov 2012
ukbondraider

Should have bought the Samsung Tab 2 7 inch for around £110.100 x better … Should have bought the Samsung Tab 2 7 inch for around £110.100 x better tablet for the same money.Seriously ... Yarvik?Even Motorola, Kindle, Blackberry Playbook and tablets from major laptop companies are rubbish. This one shouldnt really be worth considering unless it is £10.

hii mate if your a pro on tablets can i ask you question please?? lee.
Yarvik?! X)
not a good price for a non brand android, there are plenty cheaper.
On Ebay they are £84 (8GB) buy it now or go for under 70 auction style
Quick, cancel your order and get a refund. Not worth £125 when you can get the Samsung Tab 2 for less! Best to have a look here for similar items before spending.
the specs on it aren't too bad its just the price and the fact the Ainol tablets are better and cheaper .
natpcx2 still on ebay at £90 7inch dual core 1gb ram 16gb android jelly bean much better tablet and much cheaper
I was looking at hmv who have the 10 inch on offer at 129, is that any good?
sorry i'm not very up on the spec etc with tablets
thanks
There's so many tablet deals it's easy to get lost, bud.

Your best bet is to narrow down the field a bit, by deciding some of your priorities. You don't need to have a definitive idea of exactly what you want, but you'll make it a lot easier for yourself if you can answer a few (or most) of these:

Do you want 7" or 10"?
Do you want high resolution, or are you happy with "standard"?
What will you mainly be using the tablet for?
Do you have a budget?
Are you new to tablets?
Will it get used much?
Do you require something with a micro sdhc slot?
Do you require HDMI out?
Do you want "out of the box" access to Google Play?
Do you want something that's easily rooted, that you can mess about with a lot?


I only have experience with 7" tablets, so can't comment on the larger ones, but if you want a basic 7" tablet you can get them for about £60-£70. There have been quite a few posted here lately (sporting any number of brands/names that nobody's heard of). None are great, of course, but a lot are adequate.
If you can spring £170ish then the Nexus 7 is a fantastic bit of kit (personally I don't need SDHC or HDMI - but if you need either then the nexus ain't suitable).
If you have a budget of around £130 (I've no reason to suspect that other than the two tablets you've mentioned are both around that price) then the Samsung Galaxy 7" is widely regarded as the best around that price - but you do have to pay a bit extra up front (it's about £160, but then you can claim £30 back from Samsung a month later).


Basically - the tablets you're looking at are budget ones for around £130. If you want budget you can do much cheaper. If you want something a bit more expensive than those budget tablets then you can get a good brand one for around the price you're looking at.

Hopefully that helps a little. (Though there's a good chance I've just muddied the water!)
Of course I can't list the pros and cons of every machine, and I've had to ignore a lot of fantastic options (including blackberry playbook, kindle fire, and ainol flame, each of which could be perfect or terrible for you depending on your requirements/circumstances etc.)
Thanks, that's fantastic advice, it's for our 7 year old daughter so just for internet surfing, apps, games music etc.
Yes £130 budget ish is what we were looking at, our son had a basic tablet off ebay for his birthday in the summer but i found it quite unresponsive and slow so was hoping by paying that bit more that it'd be better.
size is irrelevant for us, thanks again, we may opt for the galaxy tab 2 over this one then
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