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Asus Google Nexus 7 (2013 Version) - Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5GHz, 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, 1920 x 1200 Pixels (A Grade Refurbished) £125.99 @ Argos Ebay
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OP .. can you believe this:

"Asus Google Nexus 7 7 Inch LED 1.5 GHz 2GB 32GB Wifi - Black - 2013 Version
Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

£139.99"

That's the price I now get, when I click on your link above. :-(

Lol.
cowbutt1st Feb

It's subjective though. Mine (running LineageOS for Android 7 with …It's subjective though. Mine (running LineageOS for Android 7 with continued updates) gets used every day, and I think it's the perfect size, especially when travelling, as it's no bigger or heavier than a paperback. I must be in the minority, though, as it's hard to find decent sub-8" tablets these days.


I think the NEXUS 7 was a beautiful Tablet in it's day (and still is!). :-)

If I could trade-up some of the other Android Tablet's I've had in the past for one of these, I would ...

But for £120+ for a 2013 Android Tablet?, nope!.

Considering around 2015 you could still buy these new for around the £100 mark?.

So for x-years on + a refurbished Model (and NOT a new one instead?), then realistically something around £60+ mark is more tenable? (or preferably less than that even?!), looks more the mark to me ... :-)
jona771st Feb

This is at least £50 too expensive. I’m pretty sure a couple of years ago t …This is at least £50 too expensive. I’m pretty sure a couple of years ago these were £70-80 brand new in Argos so they obviously feel they have gained value rather like an old antique!!!


Lol, just over 3.5+ year's ago, they were about £99.99/£100 new, in Argos - as I know, as I was considering getting one from them at the time, lol, I didn't buy in the end, as I ended up buying something else after that (but that's neither here nor there).

As around mid-2014 to early 2015, that's the general price that they were on Argos across the board - after having dropped from their £150-£200+ price from 6+ months before ...
Roger_Irrelevant1st Feb

Android 4.3? Good luck installing anything from the play store with …Android 4.3? Good luck installing anything from the play store with that! I've just had to use my old Android 5 phone for a bit and hardly anything would work.


To be fair to your comment, it really kind of depends on as to what you're pitching for, to be honest?.

Eg. Whats App ONLY needs a minimum of Android 2.3+ to install/run/perform?, so ...

Whereas other's like Tango, Viber, Skype and the like, you're looking at somewhere more in the region of Android 4.0+ instead?.

And even Media App's like, eg. ShowBox, Popcorn Time, Mobdro and the like, you're again looking at Android 4.0+ again?.

So, like I mentioned before, it really kind of depends as to what you're really pitching for ... :-)
yozzman123415 h, 23 m ago

Great tablet but very small . I have this identical model . Probably used …Great tablet but very small . I have this identical model . Probably used about 10 Times . It’s going on eBay tomorrow.


It's subjective though. Mine (running LineageOS for Android 7 with continued updates) gets used every day, and I think it's the perfect size, especially when travelling, as it's no bigger or heavier than a paperback. I must be in the minority, though, as it's hard to find decent sub-8" tablets these days.
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Muddyfox Evolve200 aluminium folding bike with Shimano Nexus 7 speed hub £224.99 @ Sports Direct
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So effectively you have paid about £150 for a lightweight aluminium folding bike with a freehub based drivetrain and decent components. It's a pretty good deal to say the least. You could pay £500 for a Dahon and get a weaker frame, inferior drivetrain but a decent brand slapped on the frame. The Dahon would likely be heavier.

Some of your criticisms could be labelled at all folding bikes but poor assembly seems to be a common theme on bikes like this they really need a full check before use. Same is true of the Muddyfox of this thread. The bike seems to be configured for high speed commuting with its sporty saddle and tyres but a more relaxed bike could be achieved with a different saddle and wider profile tyres that are a bit harder to turn and give more suspension to insulate you from pot holes more etc. Tyre pressures should be thereabouts a 15% widening from on the bike and off the bike with lower pressures at the front normal as more weight is at the back. It's only a very general rule, spending time to get tyre pressures just right for your weight can improve the ride quality dramatically both in your comfort and how the bike grips the road, over pressure and under pressure both have their own set of problems.

If you find you really don't like the bike you should be able to get more than what you paid for it. Pointing out stuff like the Claris derailleur etc with a decent advert.

As for hill climbing when you look at the image of the bike it looks like a short ratio cassette with not much of a granny gear for hill climbing but in the spec it says 12-32 with 32 being reasonable for hill climbing might be worth checking what you have. However the bike is definitely configured for speed you have a 52T front chainring but its common to see 46 or 48T on some other folding bikes which is much slower making hill climbing easier but top speed lower. Might be worth changing the front crankset or rear cassette to make it easier for hill climbing. The derailleur looks quite long maybe you could get away with something like a 11-34 cassette that would give you greater top speed and easier hill climbing.

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Edited by: "bonzobanana" 13th Jan
we agreed on a £25 refund in the end (initially offered £20 but then I also had to replace the front inner tube which was was faulty/punctured)

Given the damage was minor & didnt affect the rideabiity (after the inner tube was replaced) then it was a fair arrangement

Either I was a bit unlucky or the company could do with better quality control - not sure which

The bike was OK to ride over a mostly level 6 mile stretch - slightly wobbly front stem but I think I just need to tighten things up a bit to improve on that - the seat post stayed in place & didnt slip with my 15 stone weight on it - the gearing is OK although I wouldnt want to go up an longish steepish extended incline as the easiest gear isnt really made for it

Wouldnt want to travel more than 6 miles or so but it will be fine for shorter distances - it feels like its harder work than a racer / hybrid I guess mainly because you have to more actively steer it since the fork are further away from the handlebar
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 12th Jan
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Documentation like that is pretty much standard I would say with these types of box shifters but normally you'd get one sheet with anything specific required as you say so nothing is poor although I personally have encountered this quite often so would be expected.

Main folding hinge being stiff is fairly normal, you don't want it loose, you'll probably find it will loosen a little with use and this issue will pass.

I would expect a partial refund because of the frame scratches and replacement parts sent for the other issues or a larger refund same as you.

Perhaps when you have sorted the issues if you get to keep the bike (I would if you get a reasonable partial refund considering the spec) you can give your views again when its a fully working bike.
bonzobanana30th Dec 2017

How is the Greenway bike, the good the bad? £173 for the Greenway surely …How is the Greenway bike, the good the bad? £173 for the Greenway surely is a huge bargain given the components fitted. I've seen reviews of the Muddyfox bike and although the components supplied were excellent for the money assembly was poor and its a bike that needs a full service really before using correcting the poor assembly, except for the rear hub which is pretty much good to go. Hub gears vs derailleur definitely favours hub gears for a folding bike. They can't be knocked/damaged and you can change gear at any time. Ideal for commuting through cities etc. The Greenway has a cassette/freehub drivetrain and decent claris derailleur so still a huge step up from the basic tourney/freewheel setup of most folding bikes at anywhere near this price. You could pay getting on £600 for some Dahon's and Terns and just end up with a low end freewheel drivetrain.Does the Greenway state a maximum rider weight in the manual?


got to say im not that impressed so far

here are main issues discovered so far :

1) the only documentation to come with the bike was some generic booklet they use for ALL their bikes - there were no specific instructions about this folding bike so I had to figure out how to assemble it myself which I have hopefully managed to do correctly

2) the main folding hinge in the centre of the bike is very stiff & unwieldy which makes the bike very hard to fold - you end up using your body to help with the folding so dont wear anyting that you dont want oil or dirt on

3) the product arrived with a damaged shimano claris shifter (piece broken off), some chips to the frame paintwork and zinc plated bolts that had already started to corrode - I have emailed the seller asking if they will consider a partial refund to cover these issues - the shifter is probably still functional despite the damage so the bike should still be rideable

4) the brakes came unconfigured eg the pads didnt even line up with the wheel rims - hopefully the gears will have been set up properly but cant check properly until I ride the bike

Havent ridden it yet in case I have to return the whole product - which I will probably do if they refuse to consider a partial refund

Compared to the 'factory second' ridgeback bike I bought from bike depot this purchase is much more problematical
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 5th Jan
bonzobanana10 h, 2 m ago

How is the Greenway bike, the good the bad? £173 for the Greenway surely …How is the Greenway bike, the good the bad? £173 for the Greenway surely is a huge bargain given the components fitted. I've seen reviews of the Muddyfox bike and although the components supplied were excellent for the money assembly was poor and its a bike that needs a full service really before using correcting the poor assembly, except for the rear hub which is pretty much good to go. Hub gears vs derailleur definitely favours hub gears for a folding bike. They can't be knocked/damaged and you can change gear at any time. Ideal for commuting through cities etc. The Greenway has a cassette/freehub drivetrain and decent claris derailleur so still a huge step up from the basic tourney/freewheel setup of most folding bikes at anywhere near this price. You could pay getting on £600 for some Dahon's and Terns and just end up with a low end freewheel drivetrain.Does the Greenway state a maximum rider weight in the manual?


Im not getting it until jan 4th so dont know yet - Im 15+ stone so hopefully it can cope

I did take a slight risk as I couldnt find any measurements for the max. inside leg length before the 20% off offer expired - Im about 33 inside leg i.e. have quite long legs so theres a possibility I may not be able to get the seat quite high enough for optimal pedaling position but I can probably live with that given what I plan to use it for

I only saw the muddyfox offer after the greenway purchase & would have found the mudgaurds & pannier rack useful - I can use the £s Ive saved to buy & fit them on the greenway instead - I may buy a bag that attaches to the seatpost instead
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 30th Dec 2017
Muddy Fox aluminium folding bike with Shimano Nexus 7 hub gears £264.98 @ Muddy fox
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Still available and still a great price for a 7 speed hub geared aluminium folding bike with above entry level components.
POWYSWALES

Yes will do, I am checking it daily, it's usually the Easter weekend, … Yes will do, I am checking it daily, it's usually the Easter weekend, sometimes they also have an extra 10% of the sale prices as an extra bank holiday monday promotion. you may be better opting for home delivery as most stores are only carrying 1 or 2 in stock and one of them will be the display model.


Hi, just to let you know the evo 2 is now £200 using code BIKES20 on Halfords website.
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johnnystorm

​Dunno how much you can read into that. Oranges are made by blokes in b … ​Dunno how much you can read into that. Oranges are made by blokes in brown store coats are a rate of 40 a week and they have only had 0.45% failure rate. https://youtu.be/mlIYEdRFQu4



Wow great link. Didn't even know Orange were making their own frames I would have assumed they were buying in frames from Taiwan like even the big players like Canyon who charge up to 5 figures for their bikes. I have great respect for those guys. However I believe after reading many articles that robot welding can produce higher quality frames with more consistent welds especially for aluminium. Those Orange bikes look fantastic though and I don't think such small scale quality should be compared to a mid size high volume factory like Dahon who do have known quality issues and reported poor frame manufacturing. If I win the lottery I'll be getting this one I think which costs £1700.

https://www.orangebikes.co.uk/images/2017_bikes/large/RX9-Pro-2017-3Q-206.jpg
Edited by: "bonzobanana" 28th Mar 2017
bonzobanana

Maybe but the factory looks a bit low tech compared to their … Maybe but the factory looks a bit low tech compared to their competition.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QDkITqzhdUCompared to Fuji-Ta who make the Raleigh Evo I think as well as other bikes including Cannondale.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Yn5kIpIrv0I think there is a issue with their frame quality from what I've read and the facility seems to indicate that would be more likely.The reason I mentioned it was because I expected people to say 'Dahon' was a much better bike but there has been major issues with the quality of that brand. However saying that I think for Europe many Dahon's are made by max.com of bulgaria and so the quality could be different to the Chinese plant anyway. I would suspect the Bulgarian plant is about final assembly of bikes using Chinese frames in Europe to avoid high EU import duties.



​Dunno how much you can read into that. Oranges are made by blokes in brown store coats are a rate of 40 a week and they have only had 0.45% failure rate. youtu.be/mlI…Qu4
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POWYSWALES

I recently sold my dahon speed 7 as the folding mechanism hinge developed … I recently sold my dahon speed 7 as the folding mechanism hinge developed play after about 1500 miles.



Was that the same one you mentioned previously had a poor tolerance between frame saddle tube and saddle post so was hard to prevent it moving, or was that a different Dahon you had?
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Andybro

​I think Rich44 was probably replying to Julan. ☺️




Was just trying to be funny. I'll get my coat...
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Andybro

​I think Rich44 was probably replying to Julan. ☺️



I never said it was great though? I said it may help somebody! lol
infinione

Huh? Wife has one. I live with my wife. I observe. We talk (occasionally) … Huh? Wife has one. I live with my wife. I observe. We talk (occasionally) . She thinks it's great. She's always right so it must be great. She gets home from work and plonks her phone on the charger. I get home and faff about plugging my phone in. Or scream at the kids to find out who 'borrowed' my charger, again. She lifts her phone gently and effortlessly from the wireless charger with no faff, smugly smiling at the full charge. I disconnect my phone, unplug the charger from the wall, wind the cable up and try to hide it somewhere the little oiks won't find it... ☺️See what I mean, it's great ☺️



​I think Rich44 was probably replying to Julan. ☺️
Huh? Wife has one. I live with my wife. I observe. We talk (occasionally) . She thinks it's great. She's always right so it must be great.

She gets home from work and plonks her phone on the charger. I get home and faff about plugging my phone in. Or scream at the kids to find out who 'borrowed' my charger, again. She lifts her phone gently and effortlessly from the wireless charger with no faff, smugly smiling at the full charge. I disconnect my phone, unplug the charger from the wall, wind the cable up and try to hide it somewhere the little oiks won't find it... ☺️

See what I mean, it's great ☺️
​How do you know it's great if your phone isn't compatible??
Google Nexus 7 2012 - Cortex-A9, 1.2GHz, 1GB, 32GB, Grade B** (BACK IN STOCK) - £20 @ SCC Trade
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I managed to get 2013 version for £30- it was like brand new. I am really pleased with my purchase. Thank you very much for sharing.
bednim

Links for all variations have been removed now, can only assume these … Links for all variations have been removed now, can only assume these will no longer be back in stock.


2012s back in stock now scctrade.co.uk/pro…07/ 7 left
Links for all variations have been removed now, can only assume these will no longer be back in stock.
emodan

just the 2012 sadly


Thanks!
bednim

which one were in stock please?


just the 2012 sadly
Google Nexus 7 2013 16GB £30 / 32GB £35 / 2012 16GB £20 Graded @ SCC
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Well, I'm running the Android 5.1.1 no problem on the Nexus 2012. I found it sluggish on the kit Kat 4.4.4. So I upgraded to Lolipop, then followed some advice from here.

Cleared the cache, uninstalled the google launcher updates and disabled auto update on play, disabled text to speech and other unnecessary apps, and it's running very responsively compared to 4.4.4. Delighted with the wee tablet for £20
received mine, great hukd op.
thegamingkinginfo

Received mine today finally, mine was turned on in the box! oO



Haha
Rahan

Mine turned up today too (2012). It was completely dead, I've had it on … Mine turned up today too (2012). It was completely dead, I've had it on charge for nearly 3 hours and it's almost done. I'm using a Galaxy Tab A 2Amp charger though. You might need a different, higher Amp, charger.


Received mine today finally, mine was turned on in the box! oO
jonty1337

my Nexus 7 (2012) turned up today in really good condition, don't know if … my Nexus 7 (2012) turned up today in really good condition, don't know if it suppose to take a long time to charge up but mine does lol



Mine turned up today too (2012). It was completely dead, I've had it on charge for nearly 3 hours and it's almost done. I'm using a Galaxy Tab A 2Amp charger though. You might need a different, higher Amp, charger.
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Google Nexus 7 2013 - 32GB £129.99 @ Argos
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Is not available everywhere but if you are lucky you might find one in your area
yesterday's technology at today's prices!!
kpmatthews

the 16gb one is £109, is that one you mean?



No the 32GB version.
As soon as I get up to 88mph I'm off to buy one for £99!
I got this 12 months ago for £99 from Asda, not a good deal.
Sprograt

My Dad only paid £109 for this tablet 8 months ago from Argos. Cold from … My Dad only paid £109 for this tablet 8 months ago from Argos. Cold from me.



the 16gb one is £109, is that one you mean?
Google Nexus 7 2013 - 16GB £109.99 @ Argos
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This is the best value for money gadget I have ever had and still going strong 3 years later Enjoy searching the web and watching videos on the go with the Google Nexus 7 2013. T… Read more
I have had this for 3 years best tablet ever but now looking for a new one . which one is next can you help.
I'm typing from this very Nexus, but I paid £98 last year, so cold from me. In any case, still a great tablet!
Great tablet, got one but no way u can still charge this much for it:{
Cold as it's an old model and probably going end of support soon (if not already)
This tablet has been on sale from Argos for most of this year for £99.

Its a great tablet but Argos are taking liberties with this price. Cold for me.
Nexus 7 32Gb £69 Asda
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Found in Swansea Asda. Seems like a pretty good price if your after a new one. They had a good few in store. Sure I've seen then in the others stores the same price too.
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chumsut

My 2013 version is a brick after latest update, won't load past the … My 2013 version is a brick after latest update, won't load past the google page Any advice welcome



I'd ask over at XDA click here someone else is bound to have had that issue.
My 2013 version is a brick after latest update, won't load past the google page
Any advice welcome
I found a nexus 7 2013 32GB in my local ASDA. priced at £197. lol. as you probably guessed i left it there
Anyone actually found these instore?
GotBass

Thanks for the tip!



You're welcome!
Google Asus Nexus TV £49.99 @ Argos
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Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago for 69.99 they are great No 4k tho. Has only 8GB storage which is not expandable unless you connect a USB OTG device or adaptor Specs. … Read more
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autocorrect FTW
tigger80

i had this, not good in my onion, cant be turned off, remote is poor, … i had this, not good in my onion, cant be turned off, remote is poor, sluggish, games run very poorly, got a Nvidia Shield in Amazon Prime day and the difference is unbelievable, well worth the £100 i paid.


Sorry to hear it's not good in your onion. What's it like in your radish?
i had this, not good in my onion, cant be turned off, remote is poor, sluggish, games run very poorly, got a Nvidia Shield in Amazon Prime day and the difference is unbelievable, well worth the £100 i paid.
Ram on this can make it a little troublesome for Kodi but it is a great kit.
mikeypr

Is this any better than the Fire TV 2? and if so, for what reasons?



​The best is Nvidia shield tv with hdmi 2.0 and true 4k. Amazon box has only hdmi 1.4 so no true 4k @ 60hz
Nexus 7 Asus Travel Case 80p @ Poundland
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Orange/red covers for asus nexus 7 (2013) at poundland (Hounslow high street)
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Bought one of these in the Comet closing down sale. Absolute steal at this price.
I've got one on my Nexus 7 right now, bought it cheap online. been putting up with it but it's pretty crap tbh. doesn't turn it on/off and flips open if you drop the tablet
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I have no idea why it's 80p, the packaging was a bit battered but the cases were fine. And no, there's no magnetic switch on them.
what's the catch here. how is it 80p?
Do these have the on/off magnet?
Google Nexus 7 Tablet (2013) 1920x1200, 2Gb Ram (Refurb) £79.99 - eBay @ Argos
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2013 later model Nexus 7 with 1920x1200 scree, 2Gb Ram and 16Gb storage. Still a decent spec tablet for the price. yes it's a refurb but a decent retailer and 12mth warranty
Banned

I just got one of these from Argos and it has a problem with the … I just got one of these from Argos and it has a problem with the digitizer, it's randomly picking up pressed all over the place. As brilly said above I checked online and it seems to be a common problem, I'm sending mine back for a refund.



Ah the famous 'digitizer' doobrie whatchamacallit. Quite surprising that it's 'randomly picking up pressed all over the place'. If you mean the touchscreen is having problems then take it back and swap for another one.


Edited by: "flimbo73" 23rd Jul 2016
I just got one of these from Argos and it has a problem with the digitizer, it's randomly picking up pressed all over the place. As brilly said above I checked online and it seems to be a common problem, I'm sending mine back for a refund.

Just something to bear in mind.

Edited by: "fras23" 23rd Jul 2016
I find it odd that lots of things on ebay you can order delivered to your local Argos but this item you cannot and yet its Argos selling it!
Mine lasted for 2 and half years before it had some eMMC errors, apparently also quite a common problem.
had one, was good until it started having touchscreen issues which is apparently fairly common
iirc something to do with a weak connection inside
Google Nexus 7 Tablet (2012) 32gb -(Refurb) £59.99 eBay @ Argos
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avoid...update ruined mine so I risked rooting it....fail. I use it as a keyboard cover now for the keyboard I bought as a nexus cover.
jona77

Not a bad price but buyers beware the last update for this tablet was … Not a bad price but buyers beware the last update for this tablet was lollipop and it made 2 of these I owned unusable as they virtually ground to a halt!



Yeah lollipop ruined my nexus 7, then my son dropped it and smashed it to pieces which didn't help
Just installed Cyanogenmod on my old N7. So much better than marshmallow. This thread reminded me about this so thanks all!!
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Nice find and as others state runs well on Marshmallow custom Roms
I took my 2012 Nexus 7 back to kitkat and it still works great.

I followed this androidpit.com/how…xus to take it back to kitkat.
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Google Nexus 7 2013 - £99.99 @ Argos
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Argos have the Nexus 7 2013 for £99. From what I can see I think this the 2nd Gen version (I'm not 100%) Specs: Display: 7 inch screen.Resolution 1920 x 1200 pixels.IPS technolog… Read more
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Heat. Dont really think you can get a better RELIABLE tablet for this price even if it is old
I really don't get people on here voting this cold. Yes, there are plenty of other tablets on here costing half the price but they are half the specs.

If you buy this tablet, you get the added benefit of instant updates unlike Acer, LG, Sony, Lenovo, Amazon, Samsung etc.

If you cant afford £100 then fair enough. On the other hand, pick one of these bad boys up 2nd hand or from CeX to get a warranty for roughly £60.

What's wrong with HDUK? This is still an excellent tablet and at £99 … What's wrong with HDUK? This is still an excellent tablet and at £99 there's no competition.One little advice: don't upgrade it to Marshmallow, stay with lollipop.



Been running MM on mine for a few months now. No problems at all. Much better battery life due to Doze.

Ooh should I return the Amazon Fire 7 Tablet and get this instead?HUKD



Yes, this is waaaaaayyyyyy better.
Had one a month now and can't fault it.
Google 7 inch 16GB Nexus Tablet (NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core 1.2GHz Processsor, 1GB RAM, 16GB Memory, Wi-Fi, Android 4.1) £63.60 @ Amazon warehouse
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Just found the nexus 7 on deal with amazon warehouse, theres acceptable condition(£57.50), good condition(£60.30) and very good condition (£63.60)
Masteryates

Awful tablet, 2013 version is the one to go for.



​if you can get hold of 2nd Gen fine. but at £60 you'd be hard pressed to find an equivalent 7" tablet with these soecs
Awful tablet, 2013 version is the one to go for.
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lol i dont know how people bought so many so quickly that it expired
This looks like the 2012 model which became very sluggish as android got updated. There were workarounds to turn off features and hardware resets but a lot of people gave up on them. The 2013 version works fine.
EE Tablet JAY £119 @ EE
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iPad look a like android tablet with brilliant specs. And it's 4G compatible. Comes with data and available on pay monthly plans.
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Not even full HD at this price oO not great, sorry op
engadget.com/201…et/

Info here. Not impressed for 120 quid Tbh. Was hoping it would be good.
1ghz quad core... No detail of the ram... Only a 3800mah battery. I think there are better tablets out there for the money to be honest.
Seems pretty mediocre to me
Brilliant specs? Calm down
Nexus 7 32GB 2013 Black from Argos with free click and collect £119.99
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Still a very capable tablet and a pure android experience with minimal bloat ware. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1383661.htm
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gardner1

shows as £129.99



4 months ago I posted this
shows as £129.99
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4 hot votes... Looks like we have some trolls offsetting with cold votes though...
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3 hot votes today!
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My own deal? Yes.
Nexus 7 16GB 2013 Black £99.99 from Argos with free click and collect and Argos's eBay Account
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New, boxed and unopened from Argos stores and Argos's eBay page. Still a very capable tablet and a pure android experience with minimal bloat ware. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/… Read more
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A hot vote today!! Only 106 more hot votes to break even..
it's getting old but still worth every penny of £100.
blo@ware free
On paper, its a high price but its still a high quality product. I've bought around 4 or 5 of these now and to this day, they are all still being used and running quickly on 6.0.1.
solid but should be at least £89 , rather get the 32gb
Nexus 7 2013 - 16GB at Argos.co.uk - £109
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This is mu first ever post ☺ I was looking to buy one of this as I missed out on Asda offer for £100 that was posted before. It is 129 @amazon. I already update mine to android 6… Read more
I got one of two new 32gb Nexus 7s for 129 on the ebay outlet a couple of days ago and they went in an hour so I'm assuming this is a decent price.

People who keep saying they'll wait for the price to drop need to be careful. It may do, but on the other hand they're not being made anymore and at some point they really will be sold out. The 2016 version is rumoured to be out in May so I suspect if retailers have any inside info they'll be getting them out now.

If you're not that bothered either way then wait, but if you really want a new one and wait too long you might find you've been too clever for your own good.
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LOUGHBORO GUY

Has it got a camera ?



​yes front and rear camera
funkymartyn

my 3 year old nexus is so slow, seemed to get worse after installing kit … my 3 year old nexus is so slow, seemed to get worse after installing kit Kat. I have removed everything on It I don't really use..still slow.., rebooted, etc, still not very good....,if since bought a samsung 9.6, ...very smooth £112... But it would be nice to get the nexus back to how it was.....,


howtogeek.com/164…in/

Concentrate on the clear cache bit- it speeds up my Nexus very well.
been this price for a while

got mine for 79 @ asda and thought was good until i had to return it for touchscreen issues (which seen fairly common)
This has been cheaper quite a few times in Argos and defo will be reduced again in the next few weeks.
Nexus 7 2013 £99 @ Argos
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Great tablet for £100
Don't understand the lack of heat here? I know same deal was posted a few weeks back, but since then it did go back up to £109.99 and has since reduced in price again. Great for anyone who missed the previous deal.

Heat from me.....
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