Orange Tahiti 7 inch

  • Orange Tahiti 7 inch
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Based on 10 scores, 13 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    5

Pros:

  • Cheap initial outlay, integrated 3G, well-made and lightweight, sharp, refined screen...

Cons:

  • Expensive total cost of ownership, performance stutters in more demanding situations, poor ...

Expert reviews and ratings

By tablet-news.com on -

Seeing how this model actually has a resolution better than the iPad Mini, you may be interested in the Orange Tahiti, a rebranded version of Huawei MediaPad. We're dealing with a 7 inch slate with a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and a price tag of 49...

By PC Advisor on 60

The Orange Tahiti budget tablet is a mixed bag. On one hand it’s a capable, handsome and portable device; on the other is a poor rear camera and a 24-month contract (which adds up to £480 for the cheapest option, or £600 for the more sensible 1GB...

By Pocket-lint on 60

Improve the resolution and fix those tinny speakers and onscreen keyboard the Tahiti could be a tempting package; for now it’s humdrum rather than humming...

By itproportal.com on 60

Well built, nicely specified and with full Android on board, the Tahiti is impressive and seems like a bargain at first glance. But total up the contract cost, and consider that two years is a long time in the world of tablets before taking the plunge....

By CNET UK on 50

The free-on-contract Orange Tahiti may look like a gift but you'll end up having paid over the odds at the end of 24 months. Your money would be better spent on a Wi-Fi-only tablet, especially if you already have a smart phone that can double as a 3G...

By techradar.com/au/ on 70

Setting itself apart from all previous network-branded devices, the Orange Tahiti raises its own bar and then fails to meet all of its increased expectations. Although aesthetically impressive and a tablet that would be handled in public with pride, the...

By Wired UK on 70

The Orange Tahiti certainly offers a lot for a bargain price (though bear in mind that you'll be expected to pay £25 a month for two years on top of that initial £70). With a sharp touch screen, fast processor and an HDMI port too, if you don't mind...

By tech.uk.msn.com on 80

Orange What is it? This is a small-screen Android tablet from Orange - the network's first own-brand model. What's great The Tahiti is stylish-looking and feels good to use, with a screen that's pleasingly high-resolution.. What's not There are none of...

By Trusted Reviews on -

The Orange Tahiti is a hard tablet to judge. It is both a surprise and a disappointment, a bargain and overpriced. In its best light the Tahiti offers a cheap entry point for those struggling to justify paying the full cost of a tablet and it is well...

By 3G UK on 70

So what do we reckon to the Orange Tahiti? If you have the money to spend now, we’d suggest buying one of the top-end tablets, because this device will look out of date by the time you’re coming to the end of your contract. However, for plenty of...

By mobilechoice.co.uk on 60

If you can't afford a premium tablet, the Tahiti is a great option. The baked-in 3G and data contract make for excellent bedfellows...

By theregister.co.uk on 80

This is an accomplished and attractive tablet that is easy to carry and use for extended periods. It has a great screen and an adequate camera. Though it doesn’t yet have the latest Ice Cream Sandwich software, its hardware makes it capable of the...

International Review By xataka.com on -

La Orange Tahití , el tablet de la compañía francesa basado en el modelo Huawei Media Pad, y de cuyo lanzamiento nos hicimos eco hace unos días, ya ha pasado por las expertas manos de nuestros compañeros de Xataka Android. Enmarcado dentro de una gama...