ZTE V9A–Light Tab 2–Coming Late February

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The current king of the tablet world is the Apple iPad 2 and for many good reasons but unless you have plenty of cash to spend and want the Apple iOS then the iPad may not be an option or one that you desire.

How about something running Google Android that is considerably cheaper than a lot of the competition?

Enter the ZTE V9A – Light Tab. From one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers, the Light Tab is a 7″ tablet computing solution that offers performance and reliability at a price that we all prefer.

Features of ZTE V9A – Light Tab 2 include:

  • 7″ Capacitive Touchscreen Display
  • Google Android 2.3
  • 1.4GHz Processor
  • WiFi
  • 3G
  • 4GB ROM
  • 12.6mm Thick
  • Rear facing 3.2 Megapixel Camera
  • Front facing 0.3 Megapixel Camera
  • 3400mAh Battery

The ZTE V9A – Light Tab 2 is due to be available at the end of February at a price of £234.99 inclusive of VAT.

For more information click here or copy the the link below into your web browser:

http://www.clove.co.uk/zte-v9a-light-tab-2

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Comments

  1. I have ordered a ZTE-V9A..Why do we have to wait so long? A the present speed of progress it will be out of date by the time you dispatch it. Do we have a dispatch date.

    • Hi Eric,

      The release date is outside of our control. It is due for release by the end of the month, but as of yet we do not have a precise date.

  2. From the new statement on your website that this would be delivered in late February, early May it would appear that the delivery date for the ZTE-V9A is in the process of slipping from late February to May.. Perhaps you should have a word with your Chinese suppliers pointing out to them that they lose face when they cannot deliver on time. It was only a short while ago that the Chinese government was lecturing Europeans on the need for hard work in order to develop European economies.Their pronouncements look very hollow when they cannot deliver on their own deadlines. They should be the reminded that they lose respectin the eyes of the world community when they cannot honour their own delivery commitments.

    • Hi Eric, it is early March that the date has slipped to, not May. Frustrating as it is, this is often the case with smartphone and tablet releases.

      • Eric Ward says:

        Hi
        As early March has now passed and I have not had a squeak out of you. when in the hell are you going to deliver! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
        Eric