The many tablets we are seeing today are missing a key feature that some of us are looking for. The ability to do everything we would need it to. Huawei has designed the “S7” to give the user the option to do everything even use it as a phone giving the user total accessibility.

Features:

  • Android OS
  • 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon precesor
  • USB port
  • MicroSD slot
  • Pull out stand
  • Ability to watch HD videos
  • 7inch capacitive touchscreen

Source: Engadget

Would you purchase this tablet? Tell us what you think about this tablet below.

  • Jim T

    Wow, this is a great step in the direction I want to see it going in, but I won’t be buying it – 7″ is just too small, I want a 9″ device before I’ll start paying.
    Use as a phone is something I can take or leave, I already have an N1.

  • Jim T

    Wow, this is a great step in the direction I want to see it going in, but I won’t be buying it – 7″ is just too small, I want a 9″ device before I’ll start paying.
    Use as a phone is something I can take or leave, I already have an N1.

  • Daniel

    This is great. I will be purchasing a device like this when the time(price) is right. The phone ability needs to be replaced with bluetooth pairing with your current phone. Basically using the tablet as the “headset”. A 7-9″ device could replace my daily(personal) laptop needs. Using this for navigation/incar speakerphone would be nice as well.

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  • Daniel

    This is great. I will be purchasing a device like this when the time(price) is right. The phone ability needs to be replaced with bluetooth pairing with your current phone. Basically using the tablet as the “headset”. A 7-9″ device could replace my daily(personal) laptop needs. Using this for navigation/incar speakerphone would be nice as well.

    ds

  • little j

    I wouldn’t purchase anything from the company that made the T-Mobile tap. Worst phone ever made. I can’t imagine this being amazingly improved on the horrid technology that went into That.

  • little j

    I wouldn’t purchase anything from the company that made the T-Mobile tap. Worst phone ever made. I can’t imagine this being amazingly improved on the horrid technology that went into That.

  • http://www.productfrom.com KazikM

    Does anybody know where “S7” is made? I want to add it to my “made in where?” website – http://www.ProductFrom.com – but can’t find any info about its origin.

  • http://www.productfrom.com KazikM

    Does anybody know where “S7” is made? I want to add it to my “made in where?” website – http://www.ProductFrom.com – but can’t find any info about its origin.

  • Anonymous

    I just got one yesterday and I’m very happy with it. The only problem I have is that is heavy.

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    I’m quite sure I’ll learn many new stuff here! Good luck for the!