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Tech Advisor

RAM allocation and interface leave much to be desired

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We really wish Storage Options had paid attention to ensuring the usability of the Scroll, as the hardware has potential and the inclusion of an HDMI-out port for hooking it up to a large-screen TV is appealing. Unfortunately, barely anything we tried on the Scroll worked with any degree of satisfaction.

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We really wish Storage Options had paid attention to ensuring the usability of the Scroll, as the hardware has potential and the inclusion of an HDMI-out port for hooking it up to a large-screen TV is appealing. Unfortunately, barely anything we tried on the Scroll worked with any degree of satisfaction.

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Techradar

An extremely flawed Android tablet that is best avoided

Scroll 7 Capacitive

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To conclude, we just can't think why you would buy this tablet, as the price precludes it even being a budget purchase. If you want a 7-inch tablet to do the absolute basics, then this will suffice, but we'd recommend spending an extra £100 for a Samsung Galaxy Tab or Dell Streak.

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To conclude, we just can't think why you would buy this tablet, as the price precludes it even being a budget purchase. If you want a 7-inch tablet to do the absolute basics, then this will suffice, but we'd recommend spending an extra £100 for a Samsung Galaxy Tab or Dell Streak.

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PC Pro

The specs look good and so does the price, but this tablet is slow, sluggish and generally horrible to use

Scroll 7 Capacitive

from PC Pro

All in all, then, we’re not very impressed with the Scroll. Although it looks fine on paper, in practice it’s a truly horrid device to use: too slow, too sluggish and too limited in its software. If you want a cheap 7in tablet, the Creative ZiiO 7in(even with its resistive screen) is a far better bet than this.

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All in all, then, we’re not very impressed with the Scroll. Although it looks fine on paper, in practice it’s a truly horrid device to use: too slow, too sluggish and too limited in its software. If you want a cheap 7in tablet, the Creative ZiiO 7in(even with its resistive screen) is a far better bet than this.

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Expert Reviews

A cheap but very flawed Android tablet

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from Expert Reviews

Inconsistent performance, unpredictable battery life and the lack of a proper Android Market means anyone who has used a pricier tablet will be disappointed. We understand that the Scroll is cheap and that a degree of corner-cutting is to be expected, but that doesn’t stop it from being too flawed to recommend. We recommend saving up a while longer for the far superior 7-inch Galaxy Tab.

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Inconsistent performance, unpredictable battery life and the lack of a proper Android Market means anyone who has used a pricier tablet will be disappointed. We understand that the Scroll is cheap and that a degree of corner-cutting is to be expected, but that doesn’t stop it from being too flawed to recommend. We recommend saving up a while longer for the far superior 7-inch Galaxy Tab.

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TrustedReviews

Penny-saving cuts make it too much of a chore to use

miScroll

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The Storage Options miScroll tablet may be one of the cheapest Android tablets around, but the penny-saving cuts make it too much of a chore to use. The resistive touchscreen, mediocre display and lack of the Android Market drain the fun out of what should fundamentally be something fun to play with.

 

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The Storage Options miScroll tablet may be one of the cheapest Android tablets around, but the penny-saving cuts make it too much of a chore to use. The resistive touchscreen, mediocre display and lack of the Android Market drain the fun out of what should fundamentally be something fun to play with.

 

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