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Alba 7-inch AC70PLV4 tablet review cohesion

It’s not just about the high-end tablets, although Apple and Samsung would make you think otherwise, as there is still a huge percentage of consumers that only require a cheap tablet, and for that Argos has you covered. We say this because you can get an Alba 7-inch tablet for £49.

Ok, so we know that they had the 8-inch model on sale last year for the same price, but that model is no longer available. Maybe the company thought that reducing the size by an inch would be a more popular choice, even if the Alba 7-inch tablet ac70plv4 specs are the same as that previous model?


The price of £49 does give you a 7-inch, 1024 x 600 resolution screen with IPS technology, along with a 1.3GHz MediaTek mt8163 quad core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, which we know is getting on a bit now.

There is the ability to expand the memory, and you also have a 2mp rear camera and VGA front camera, along with up to 3.5 hours of battery life.

We know what you are thinking, is it worth buying this tablet because it has poor hardware, and the operating system is very old, and the answer to that can be found by reading some of the Argos customer reviews from the price page that we have linked to above.

You will find that there is a review cohesion in the way that they tend to agree that this tablet provides great value for money, and that none of them really expected its pereormcane to be anything more than what it is.



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