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February 01, 2013

3G-enabled 7” tablet under Php11k

If you’re searching for a budget Android tablet with 3G connectivity, then Asianic’s Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite offer might be of interest to you. Specs and promo details can be found after the jump.

huawei mediapad 7 lite

Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite specs:

7”IPS LCD display @ 1024 x 600 pixels, 170ppi
1.2GHz Single-core
1GB RAM
8GB internal storage
up to 32GB via microSD
HSDPA 7.2Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1
GPS w/ aGPS support
mini-HDMI output
3.15MP autofocus camera
VGA front-facing camera
720p video capture
4100mAh battery, up to 6 hours
Android ICS

Asianic is offering the Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite for Php10,900. Walk-in customers can also avail of their 12 or 6 months 0% interest installment plan which will result into a monthly payment of Php971 and Php1,816 respectively. Note though that by opting for the 12 months installment the price of tablet will increase a bit (Php11,652).

One would argue that other tablets of the same size and value (maybe even less) have far superior specs than the MediaPad 7 Lite. And while we don’t contest that notion, we’d like to point out that only a few 7-inchers offer built-in 3G capability at this price point, making the tablet a viable option to consider for people who consider such feature as a must-have.

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15 Responses to “3G-enabled 7” tablet under Php11k”

  1. it’s pricey compare to the specs of google nexus 7!
    single core duh!

  2. watrboy
    Twitter: Yugatech
    says:

    hmmm single core lang.. i rather get the ainol na mas mura or get the google nexus /samsung tab 2 konting dagdag lang

  3. jonski22 says:

    this is the tablet on the PLDT Telpad. Please don’t compare to Nexus 7, you will be disappointed.

  4. aeoshy says:

    I have this tablet, bought it for 10,800.00. Played with it for a few days and totally disappoints me. Using 3G for browsing took me 2 1/2 hours and it gets drained. The screen is ok, responsive. Sobrang init ng body ng tablet with continuous browsing and a bit of video playback. Planning to sell it, ha ha ha. Samsung galaxy Tab 2 is better, imho.

  5. Tim Book says:

    Ipad Mini Rules the Tablet Market!!!!

  6. Lex says:

    Ang Acer Iconia tab a110 quad core na, nvidia tegra pa sya, 16 gb, at 12,500 pesos lang. Ang Huawei tablet dapat 7k lang. Huwag naman cla maglabas ng specs na ganyan at presyong pang quad core. Hindi naman tanga ang mga pinoy eh

    • zaimachine says:

      Acer iconia Tab B1 not impressive i have this but battery drained hindi na gigumagana almost 1 month ko lang nagamit..

  7. Apollo says:

    San available ung acer iconia? Natetempt ako bumili Ng mga quad core chinese pc tablet. Dami sila actuallY. Ramos w30, pipo, sanei, bitbotc ano dami pa.

  8. roiji says:

    Such a ripoff… it’s not

  9. roiji says:

    Such a ripoff… it’s not worth it.
    Madidismaya ka lang pag ginamit mo na siya.
    Lalo na sa games :'(
    Madali ding uminit.
    Better off with a 3g nexus 7. (Although the n7 doesn’t support calls)
    Plus, knowing huawei, this device is gonna be stuck in ICS, possible forever.
    A lot of bugs are plaguing this device, especially the keyboard.

    I am currently using the Telpad.

  10. Smokescreen says:

    Isn’t the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 better than this at at almost every angle? Nag price reduction na yun Tab 2 so any difference more or less isn’t that big of a gap. It has little bit better screen. 16GB internal storage.

    Most of all it’s dual core. Then there are already lots of accessories for it.

  11. ivan says:

    As soon as I read single core, I already knew that this will be trash. How the hell could single core be practical these days?

  12. Apollo says:

    Guys, try nyo bagong labas na quad core tablet.. RAMOS W30. Search nyo and yo will get amazed. I got one already. Walang wala ang Nexus 7, promise.

  13. raymond says:

    neo omnipad wifi + 3g search nyo

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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