http://reviews.cnet.com/tablets/?tag=hdr;brandnav

but....that market is changing almost every week, so current reviews
are fairly thin.

The various ups and downs are really hard to determine and when you
start talking about the o/s of the tablet, you are never sure which version
of Android you might be getting.

The Nook seems to lock you in VERY tightly with B&N company.
The Kindle Fire seems to lock you into Amazon,etc,etc.

The support level for these products is **zero** which is what
$200 products get.


On 6/19/2012 6:56 AM, Gqcy wrote:
Can't seem to find a good place that compares tablets,
with the primary motivator being price.
I found lots that sort and compare on features...
The situation is, we do like the features and price point
of the nook tablet (8GB, $199), but I would rather not be
"locked down".
I see some $199 ICS (Android 4.0) tablets, but am not finding
any good reviews.

any ideas?




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