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…. Read more at Computer Shopper.
The Coby Kyros Internet 8” Touchscreen Tablet (MID8024) begs the question, “Do you get what you pay for?” At this price though, this might be the right tablet for the occasional or family tablet user. See the full review at: Computer Shopper.