Disgo 7000 Tablet Review10:00
Now as you all know, I spent all my cash on laser eye surgery & cos I have 'new' eyes I needed new hair extensions, so my kitty is well & truly dry. Luckily for me I happened to stumble across the Disgo 7000 tablet on offer for a mere £49.99. Sold to the impulse buyer on the sofa!!
Ordering the tablet was easy & delivery was free but I opted for next day delivery for a extra £4.95. The tablet arrived the next day looking a little bit battered & bruised despite being 'new' so off it went back to Play for a replacement. Play sent a courier to pick up the 'spoiled' goods & another one was dispatched to me the next day. Simple exchange. No muss-no fuss. The second tablet arrived in perfect condition & its been hard to put it down ever since.
|7" Disgo 7000 Tablet|
The tablet comes pre-loaded with some android apps like You Tube & Skyfire with much more available online from either Getjar or Google Play. I grabbed Twitter, Amazon Kindle reader, Skype & of course eBay. Now I had heard that the apps took long to download & were tricky to work out but I never had any trouble. I hit the download button & the apps were down in seconds.
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Disgo 7000 also comes with Wi-Fi installed but no 3G. This means that if you have internet at home/mates house/Starbucks you can connect onto the wireless internet. But if you want to access t'internet whilst you're out & about then you will need a 3G dongle compatible with android tablets. So far I have narrowed it down to either a Huawei E1750 or Huawei E220. I have not had a chance to fully investigate this yet but I will update when I find out which one it is for definite.
The tablet does have a resistive screen which has made some people go crazy as the screen is not as responsive as say a iPad. I bought a stylus to make it more responsive to my touch & that eliminated how resistive the screen was. But you cannot slide/zoom in & out on this tablet the way you can with some touchscreen phones/tablets. For those of you out there who love this type of feature the resistive screen may annoy you now matter how inexpensive the tablet is. I also bought a screen cover to protect the screen.
Overall I would say the Disgo 7000 is a great little buy, inexpensive, easy to use & easy on the eye.
But let me be clear about one thing.... If you want a iPad buy a iPad. Don't buy this tablet at £49.99 & expect it to do what a more expensive tablet can do.
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