More budget 7 inch Android 4.1 jelly bean tablet antics of the none vaporware variety with the Scroll Evoke, but at £120 what's the catch? Well I reckon some people might wince at the at 8GB of storage, but at the price the rest of the tablet package more than makes up for it. Besides there's always the option to throw in a 32GB SD card if you need more space for all your digital gubbins. Designwise it certainly won't leave you reaching for the proverbial paper bag with eye cut outs, nor would you wither in shame sat next to a Blackberry playbook or Nexus7 toting urbanite. More importantly though are the pretty damned impressive specs that puts at your disposal a RK3066 Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 1.6GHz CPU with a Mali-400 2D/3D Quad Core GPU, 1GB of DDR3 RAM and a IPS 1024 x 600 Capacitive Multi-touch Screen to highlight a few. This tablet is certainly a cut above the rest as far as generic none mainstream brand tablets go for the price. Unfortunately no official word on the battery life but I couldn't imagine it would be too far from some of the top contenders for up-time away from the plug socket. Cheapo generic Android tablet makers take note, you might want to reconsider what you're selling these under par volume sold eyesore tablets at on eBay with this slick effort now on the block. The stats in full look like this:


RK3066 Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 1.6GHz CPU, Mali-400 2D / 3D Quad Core GPU

Display : 7“ IPS 1024 x 600 Capacitive Multi-touch Screen

Memory : 1GB DDR3 RAM

Internal Memory : 8GB Memory Built-in, Micro SD Card Expandable Up to 32GB

Battery : Long Life Li-Polymer Rechargeable Battery

Camera : Dual Camera, 0.3MP Camera on Front, 2.0MP Camera on the Back

G-Sensor  : 16 bit G-sensor, Monitors / Rotates Screen Through 360°

Speakers : 1W / 8Ω Quality Speaker  Built-in 
 
Headphones : 3.5mm Earphone Jack 

Connectivity
Wireless Networking Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0
USB Port 1
Power 5V DC
Multimedia

Video Support Full HD 1080P supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, AVI, MP4, MKV
E-Book Support PDF, EPUB, MOBI (You can obviously also install the Kindle book app too)