Cheap 7 inch Tablet for sale

 

 

The price of the 7 inch tablet is coming down as they are becoming more popular and as would be imagined, the price for the 7 inch is lower than that of an 8, 9 or 10 inch tablet. Prices can be as low as $150 but can rise to upwards of $200 depending on the make and features.

It seems that as phones are getting larger again to allow for a bigger screen, computer models are getting smaller. With the introduction of the 7 inch tablet there is now a small and compact device – bigger than a phone but smaller than a net-book – that can do a lot of the things a computer can do.

The difference is that there is not a mouse attached nor is there a keyboard, but typing can be done via the touch screen. This can be done with a finger but there can be a couple of problems here as there will be prints on the screen and fingers can be quite clumsy so there are sticks that can be purchased to do this and they are effortless to use.

There are a variety of screen sizes when it comes to tablets and they range from 7 inch table up to 10 inch tablet. The size of the screen chosen will depend on the buyer and the uses they have for it.  The 7 inch tablet is one of the most popular ones as the larger the screen gets, the bigger the tablet and there then becomes less difference between that and a net book.

Unlike laptops and net-books, the 7 inch tablet does not have a protective screen so it is likely to need a case.  The screen can be sensitive and will be run the risk of damage if left unprotected. It will not fit on most pockets and just placing it in a bag leaves it vulnerable to scratching.

There is no problem when it comes to watching TV or films as the screen on the 7 inch tablet is big enough, and it is possible to download an e-reader application so it is also good for storing and reading books. Netflix and LoveFilm can be downloaded so there is a wide range of films at your fingertips.

There is also a camera so this can be used in place of a number of different items. They are Wi-Fi enabled so can be used when out and about and if you find a free Wi-Fi spot, you are not even paying for the film you watch or map you use.

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