The Sero 7 Pro isn’t a tablet name we’ve heard of before, I have to say, but we were curious enough to look into this product, seeing how cool its specs sounded. Basically, we’re dealing with the Nexus 7 without the Nexus 7 brand.

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This tablet packs 1 GB of RAM, a 7 inch 1280 x 800 pixel display, Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean as the OS and a 1.2 GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core CPU inside. The clock speed of the CPU is about 1.3 GHz in single core mode and specs also include 8 GB of Nand flash storage, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, NFC, GPS and a 4000 mAh battery.

There’s also a 2 megapixel front camera and the whole thing measures 10.9 mm in thickness. If you thought this was cool, well this model also offers some extras compared to the Nexus 7. Said extras include a microSD card slot and a 5 megapixel rear camera. What’s more, the product is available at your local Walmart for merely $150, so it’s very reasonably priced.

  • Clive Mclean

    I had thrown two bills into a drawer since October 2012 when you carried the announcement of the slate 7 from HP. For one reason or another I began to have counts about the the same tablet as its release date drew near. However I still would have bought the HP economic tablet inspire of myself had it not sold out twice upon arrival. I needed something in the 7 inch form factor that was different from my Nexus 7. I could not believe my luck when one Friday evening three weeks after the release of HP’s slate 7 you announced this very Zero tablet by Hi sense. I had seen their TVs before and just based on value/specs I ran out to Walmart that evening minutes after reading your article to see and touch this commodity for myself. Well it is all that. I was so impressed with the feel, looks and value proposition that I bought not one but two of the the better Sero 7, distinct from the $99 offering by Hi sense. I still like my Nexus 7 but if you asked me this tablet from Hi sense is the best money I have spent on a 7 in her yet. Yes, get it.