ViewSonic VB730 is really cheap, really awesome

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Above you'll see the ViewSonic VB730, a 7-inch tablet running Android 2.2. You won't find any Honeycombs on a device this small just yet, so it's pretty much a given that it would be running older software. It would've been nice to get Gingerbread, though. 

Coming in at a cool $229, the VB730 might just be my favorite Android tablet to be available. It's got my favorite screen size and pretty awesome specs, too. Those specs include a Cortex A8 processor running at 1GHz, 512MB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage. I say internal because there is a microSD card slot, with which you can even further expand space to store your content. 

I haven't quite decided yet, but I might possibly try to get one of these. It just seems like one heck of a tablet, especially for my needs.

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