The Hisense Sero 7 looks a lot like other 7-inch Android tablets. But it's certainly cheap: $99 for a 4GB LT version, or $149 for the 8GB Pro. Read full review
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The back of the $99 Sero 7 LT. It lacks a rear camera but has a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Read full review
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The Sero 7 is about as thick as the Nexus 7 and has a similar-size bezel. Both the LT and Pro have the same heft. Read full review
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Like many 7-inch tablets, it feels OK in the hand...but slightly too long a screen for digital books. Read full review
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The back of the Sero 7 Pro. Note the different-textured plastic and the rear-facing 5-megapixel camera. Read full review
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Sero 7 Pro ports: microSD, Micro-USB, Mini-HDMI. Read full review
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Sero 7 LT ports: it's got Micro-USB, Mini-HDMI, and microSD as well. Read full review
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The Sero 7's specs are acceptable, but onboard storage is low: only 4GB or 8GB, although both have microSD card slots for up to 32GB extra space. Read full review
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