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
I see some $199 ICS (Android 4.0) tablets, but am not finding
any good reviews.
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