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 $90 price point. And it manages to do this without making it awkward or unpleasant to use.
I certainly wouldn’t recommend it for experienced Android users, who would probably feel constrained by the lack of some features like GPS and a decent camera, but if you’re just looking for a convenient way to look at websites while your watching TV, checking your email onn vacation, a reader for books or the news, or something to give the kids so they can play their favorite games, it fills that niche pretty well.
With such an unknown brand, it’s impossible to guarantee the long-term quality of the device, but for a $90 investment, the Sero 7 Lite may be worth the risk.
- Extremely low price
- Decent base specs
- Little to no bloatware
- Lacking some common features
- Screen is less than ideal
If you don’t expect too much from it, the Hisense Sero 7 Lite is a fairly well balanced basic tablet for the price.