This year, Hisense has released its two new tablets in the market. These tablets are about 7 inches in size and run Android. These tablets are made for those consumers who are budget conscious.
This Sero 7 series is a joint production of Hisense, Wal-mart and Nvidia. The names of the two tablets are Sero 7 LT and Sero 7 pro.
The low cost Sero 7 LT
The Sero 7 LT is a bit lower in terms of hardware and features but its price is only $99. The screen resolution of the device is only 1025×600 which is not very impressive. The device lacks sharpness and if you increase the brightness of the device, the sharpness becomes worse. The device has 1.6 GHz dual core processor which runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. For keeping the price of the device down, its body has been made of plastic which I think is not a good decision. An odd thing which this device has is that its power and volume buttons are on its left side while the Android tablets have these buttons on their right side. This is not the end of the story, even on the Sero 7 Pro; these buttons are on the right side. So, we see a design contradiction for one series by one company. This thing will be certainly appear annoying to the user.
The Sero 7 Pro
The Sero 7 pro can be called as the clone of Nexus 7 but the good thing is that it costs $149, $50 less than the Nexus 7. Like Nexus 7, it also has Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor and the latest Android 4.2. It also has a screen resolution of 1280×800 and 1 GB of RAM. It has a 5MP camera on its back and a mini HDMI output port for connecting HD TV with it. After experiencing the zero 7 Pro, you can certainly say that Hisense has provided to the customers, more for less.
Both the new tablets have all types of output ports on their top which are found in the tablets of the other companies. But Pro has one more portage for inserting a MicroSD card in it. Besides the astounding resolution between the LT and Pro, the two devices also have a bit different skins on their corresponding versions of Android. Moreover, LT has a battery timing of just 4 hours as compared to the 7 hours of battery life of the zero 7 Pro.
After analysing the two devices, I was convinced that the Sero 7 pro was the main focus of Hisense.