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#225692 30-Nov-2017 16:37
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We have just two models left - we are having a clearance sale, selling at cost, prior to Christmas. Two weeks, starting today, ending on the 14th of December, there's 15% off those two models, both great deals for the price. 


The Teclast model is one I use myself, the 4GB's of ram makes it a capable machine next to other cherry trail processors tablets (I've even run trine 2 smoothly on mine, which is a brilliant tablet game because the steam version features touch controls), and dual boot machines have stopped being produced, so these atom processors are your last chance to enjoy the flexibility of Android and Windows on a single tablet. 


The FNF tablet, has a build quality far beyond it's price bracket (metal casing, laminated screen), and it's also been positively reviewed on techtablets (which is an independent review site, run by a kiwi bloke). If your interested in an impartial breakdown on either of these tablets, it's a good place to get the dirt. 


Check the sale, get those cheap tablets


Cheers :)


*PS don't worry about the advertising, I'm a small local business and I've been told its cool so long as I don't spam. 



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  #1911232 30-Nov-2017 18:18
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#1911318 30-Nov-2017 20:11
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Yeah sorry about that! Down to 1 unit already. 

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  #1913451 5-Dec-2017 17:10
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We've still got a few units left, if anyone is interested (My one and only bump) 

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