Pros Comparable specs to Nexus 7 with extras
Cons None given the price
Summary Usually, I am very impressed with CNET reviews. But the Hisense Sero Pro review seems strangely biased. The review lionizes the Nexus 7 over the Sero Pro for features that the Nexus 7 doesn't even have (like rear camera) by saying the rear camera isn't that great. Well, how good is the Nexus 7 rear camera? And how good is the Nexus 7 sd micro card slot? Fortunately, the user responses to the CNET review basically ignore the biased review and state (objectively) that the Hisense is a great value. Yes, the Nexus 7 is a little smaller and lighter, but it's 33% more expensive and lacks many key features that the Hisense offers. I'm nothing but a simple consumer, looking for good tech value. On this review, CNET has let us down. Does Google have a share ownership in CNET?
Pros Cheaper than Nexus, HDMI out, SD card slot that supports up to 64 gig, great screen, fast CPU, Tons of support for rooting and custom UI's
Cons WIFI only.
Summary I have no idea who these people are that write for CNET. They really do not have a clue how to accurately review a product. If you get rid of the bias they are obviously carrying, then they would have seen that the Sero 7 pro is a much better product.Months after I first bought the Sero 7 Pro, it is still working fantastic. I still have it rooted and running the custom rom from xboxexpert over at xda forums.
What more is needed for a 7 inch tablet. The processor is fast enough to do anything you would want it to do, It plays games, movies, music all without any stuttering.
It's not like this is a PC where you really have to have the latest and greatest of GPU's and CPU's. This is a 7 inch tablet. It's for casual use.
Why spend more when the Sero does it better for cheaper!
Updated on Sep 16, 2013
Really what's not to love about this device, And now that it's only $129 at wally world, it is a must buy!
Pros sd card
Tegra 3 quadcore
$15 2yr accidental damage coverage offer at time purchase
Cons wont get updates as fast as nexus
Pros NFC, Micro USB, Quad Core CPU, Mini HDMI, dual speakers, GPS, microphone, two cameras, great screen and its built seems of a quality higher than most Chinese tabs.
Cons The cameras have low resolution and not many features to play with. The other problem is limited availability of accessories.
Summary After returning a 7" Nook due to dropping Wi-Fi and having ruled out the new Nexus 7 because is made by ASUS (which has the worst customer support and the many issues reported, GPS, Screen issues, self rebooting, poor battery life, etc) and having read the battery problems of the Sammys, decided to try this fairly new tablet. Have had it for three weeks and really satisfied with it. My main concern with the HiSense Pro was how the battery would perform (as has a Li-Polymer unlike the other ones which have Li-Ion). Well, the battery lasts two days with many e-mail readings as well as checking the news and occasional video playing. With heavier use (plenty of video play back), the battery lasts for a full day.
If you are interested in a budget small tablet with decent specs and super fats processor, forget about the Nexus and Sammys and give the HiSense Pro a try. If not satisfied, you have 14 days for return. I hope this review helps you...
Pros SD card slot for SD card up to 32 GB
mini HDMI port
dual band wireless (2.4ghz/5ghz)
Tegra 3 quadcore
Back 5MP webcam and front 2MP webcam with flash and auto-focus
Built-in NFC (Near Field Communications)
Cons 8GB on-board storage memory
Summary Who did the CNET reviews? His/her review is inaccurate, bias, and untrue. Read the review of Hisense Sero 7 Pro at Walmart.com, the rating is excellent from customers who bought these tablets...