May 24th 2013 9:09 am

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Inexpensive tablets always reflect a series of trade-offs; the issue is how major they are. The Hisense Sero 7 LT demands its share, to be sure, in performance, battery life, and overall display quality. This is no replacement for an Apple iPad Mini, or even a Google Nexus 7 at twice the price. But if you're on a tight budget, the Sero 7 LT's compromises may be acceptable. And among other $100 tablets, this model stands tall given the components inside and the design it delivers. That alone makes it worthy of consideration. quote


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6.0
Ars Technica Jun 9, 2013

The Sero 7 Lite is a $99 tablet that is at least usable, if it isn't the most pleasant experience in the world. It offers the same basic experience as other 7-inch Android tablets we've used, it's just a subtly (and often not-so-subtly) worse version of that experience.

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6.0
Laptop Magazine Jun 12, 2013

The Hisense Sero 7 LT is an Android tablet that offers fairly good performance, a higher-resolution screen than its competitors' and expandable memory, all for just $99.

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5.0
CNET Jul 12, 2013

The Hisense Sero 7 LT isn't worth your money -- skip it and go for its more robust counterpart, the Pro, instead.

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6.0
TabletPCReview Jun 19, 2013

The Hisense Sero 7 Lite is a good example of being exactly what it looks like: an absolutely no-frills tablet designed to hit a $99 price point. And it manages to do this without making it awkward or unpleasant to use.

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6.0
Computer Shopper Jul 3, 2013

At $99, this price-aggressive tablet is okay for kids or tablet first-timers, but it delivers merely passable performance and a mediocre 7-inch display. Also, the paltry 4GB of onboard storage gives us serious pause.

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