If price is the most important criterion for you when out to buy an Android tablet than the ViewBook from ViewSonic can make for a decent buy. The cost sutting measures adopted shown in that the ViewBook will keep you out out of all the Honeycomb action but it still makes a strong case for itself with some pretty nice specifications and a rich feature list.
For instance, the ViewBook runs Android 2.2 Froyo but has a 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor at it core. The ViewBook also comes pre-loaded with some cool stuff like the Amazon Kindle or the Amazon Mp3. The tablet also includes the Amazon app store app while connectivity options with the ViewBook includes 802.11b/g networking and Bluetooth.
These apart, the ViewBook also comes with the usual tablet features such a built-in G-sensor and an accelerometer, along with a camera integrated at the front. Another cools feature of the ViewBook is its compatibility with Flash 10.1 and comes with 8 GB of on-board storage. The latter can be further expanded to 32 GB via micro SD card slot. The ViewBook is also handy with a weight of just 0.95 lbs. and an overall thickness of only 0.55 inches.
The ViewBook is right now available from Amazon for a quite affordable $229.99.
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