There are a number of 7″ tablets available for purchase now, ranging in price and capability, with the cheapest retailing for around £60 up to the iPad Mini at the top end of the price bracket. As the price increases, so – as you might expect – the capability of the devices increases. The only […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When Google launched the Nexus 7 – (the budget 7″ tablet made by ASUS), the most surprising fact was the price point. Given that it was Google’s official 7″ tablet, it had to be a capable device, yet was listed at only £160 (for the 16GB version). The price point certainly excited me – not […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tablet devices have many uses from browsing the ‘net to productivity to graphical design. For both browsing the Internet, and graphical design, a tablet on its own is ideal but when it comes to doing a lot of typing, the need to hold a tablet device and inaccurately hit keys on the screen can prove […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
I have been meaning to post a review of this tablet for quite some time, but have been too busy doing other things. It turns out for the sake of this review that it probably is not a bad thing. I’ll come to that a little later though. Having used an iPad before, I was […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.