Binatone HomeSurf 705

  • Binatone HomeSurf 705
41
Based on 8 scores, 8 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    0
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    7

Pros:

  • It can be used as an E-reader, it’s under £100...

Cons:

  • Terrible screen, medieval CPU, no Android marketLook and Feel...

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetSpeak on 72

This is the smallest tablet I have reviewed and indeed it is running the earliest version of Android at only 2.1. However as they say ‘size is not everything’ it is still larger than the average smart phone and can well have a...

By GadgetSpeak on 60

While HP may have decided that tablets were not an area worthy of its expertise, other companies have a different opinion. One such company is Binatone with products that include the HomeSurf 705 model that is being priced at under £100....

By TechRadar on 30

Don't buy this. Save up and get a better tablet, or an iPod touch. It's cheap, yes — but because it's very, very...

By 3G UK on 30

This device fails to deliver on so many levels - the only thing it really manages to do is let you read books. And we reckon if you really can't afford more than £100 for a tablet, you might as well save all your cash and go and get some books...

By Trusted Reviews on 40

It's dead cheap and doesn't feel too bad in-hand, but almost everything else about the Binatone Homesurf 705 makes it a chore to use. The processor is slow, the screen quality terrible and the software is ancient - and that doesn't even...

By Mobile Choice on 20

It does the basics like web surfing and watching films, but it does a horribly incompetent job of them. We no more recommend buying a sub-£100 tablet than we recommend spending £100 on a helicopter – you’re best off leaving be as...

By Expert Reviews on 40

A limited budget means that the HomeSurf doesn't have many of the features you'd expect from a tablet, and the resistive screen and lack of Android Market make it barely useable...

By PC Pro on 33

Yes, it's cheap, but that's literally the only positive. Outdated, tacky and painfully...