UbiSlate 7Ci is a tablet launched back in September by Tesco as part of an educational program supported by the Indian government. Their main goal was to bring affordable technology in both schools and homes from all over the globe, so it soon reached Argos, Carphone Warehouse and Aldi for an amazing price of no more than £119. So, if you are thinking that we are we talking about one of the cheapest tablets, you aren’t far from the truth. UbiSlate 7Ci is actually the world’s most affordable Android tablet model and now it is heading to UK too.
At such a price, you shouldn’t be expecting to receive any spectacular specs, but it is decent enough to be taken into consideration. UbiSlate 7Ci packs a modest low-resolution 7inch touchscreen having a resolution of 800×480 pixels, so we can say that it successfully beats the majority of other budget-friendly tablet models from this point of view.
Even more, the power is offered by a 1GHz processor (a Cortex A8 CPU model, to be more specific) paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. And in terms of OS, we can tell you that it features a modified version of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich which some of you might not like so much due to the fact that it is bundled with a several apps for entertainment or gaming. But there’s nothing what you can do about it especially as long as it is made for an educational scheme and not for general home use, as our source confirms.
After knowing all these, would you be interested to buy this UbiSlate 7Ci for your children? Even if you are on a tight budget these days, it will be pretty hard to face the temptation. We believe that an Android tablet priced at just £119 has an amazing gifting potential and we aren’t the only ones, that’s for sure.