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Topic # 112657 16-Dec-2012 17:29
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All the < US$100 ones I have looked at have lacked it.

Anyone seen one with it?




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  Reply # 733202 16-Dec-2012 17:35
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the 7" dont seem to have them but the new 10.1" do have them and they are still cheap for what you get.

http://www.mp4nation.net/tablets-phones/ainol-novo-hero-10-1-ips-capacitive-screen-android-4-1-dual-core-bluetooth-16gb-white




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  Reply # 733203 16-Dec-2012 17:39
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Unfortunatly 10" is too big. Otherwise it would be a no brainer to go for one.




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  Reply # 733226 16-Dec-2012 19:00
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If I remember right the Vigo ones at the Warehouse have bluetooth?




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  Reply # 733278 16-Dec-2012 21:12
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What about those paper plus ones. They actually looked pretty good I thought. 7" Octavo?

http://www.paperplus.co.nz/product/Octavo-Zeus-7-inch-Android-Tablet?i=2000032920626

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  Reply # 733285 16-Dec-2012 21:39
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No bluetooth in the specs. And it seems is only the 10" that has bluetooth at the Warehouse as well.




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