7 Inch Tablets & iPads

With people steering away from traditional laptops and desktop PCs, and investing in portable multi-use handheld devices such as tablets. Ebuyer.com offer a variety of tablets, including our 7-inch tablets that are one of the smaller sizes of tablets that we provide.

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Acer Iconia One 7 B1-780 7" Android Tablet

  • Screen - 7 in 1280 x 720
  • Operating System - Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • Processor - Mediatek MT8163 1.3 GHz
  • Memory - 1 GB

£ 91.98  inc. vat

£76.65 ex. vat

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QuickFind: 788764   |   Mfr part code: NT.LCLEE.001

ACER B1-780 Iconia One 7" Tablet - 16 GB, Black

  • Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • 209 pixels per inch
  • MediaTek MT8163 Cortex A53 Processor
  • Over 1 million apps available from Google Play
  • micro USB

£ 89.98  inc. vat

£74.98 ex. vat

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QuickFind: 788763   |   Mfr part code: NT.LCJEE.002

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Even with the small size of this tablet compared to other larger tablets, such as the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet PC and the Asus Transformer TF300T Tablet PC, there is no change to the long battery life and performance of the tablet.

As these tablets also still offer the flexibility to read the newspaper, check your emails, surf the internet, watch a video and do work all on one gadget, with popular 7-inch tablets including the Asus Google Nexus 7 Tablet PC and the Sumvision Astro+ 7 Tablet PC.

These tablets are equipped with impressive dual core processors, SD slots for expandable storage, HD cameras and USB ports, all the extras that users want to be able to have from their tablets

Customers can now select from a variety of different brands such as Yarvick and Samsung, also models with varied features and software, most of which are cheaper than the iPad.

The new generations of tablet computers are becoming as powerful as standard laptops, and with other innovations such as the rugged durable design, touch screen technology, and bigger app stores, it's no surprise they're increasing in popularity.