If money is no object (and is it ever truly not one?), a tablet running the most recent version of Google’s Android operating system is what you want if you’re looking for an alternative to an Apple iPad. For lots of folks, though, $500 is simply too much for a device geared mostly toward mobile entertainment. Hence, we’re always intrigued by entry-level gadgets that can do a bit less, but for far less cash Take Pandigital’s 7-inch-screened Star tablet, for example. It sells for $159.99, a fraction of the price of an iPad or top-shelf Android tablet….