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[quote][color=#000000][font=Arial][size=3]Over the last few weeks, out-shouted by giant press releases including the avalanche of Google product updates and Mr. Cook going to Washington was a very interesting press release that should have been quite earth-moving. In it, [/size][/font][/color][url="http://www.engadget.com/2013/05/23/hisense-sero-7-lt-pro-tablets/"]Hisense introduced[/url][color=#000000][font=Arial][size=3] their two new Android tablets. What makes them special is that they are $99 or $149 and will be available in every Walmart [/size][/font][/color][i]store[/i][color=#000000][font=Arial][size=3] in the US. Sure, there have been cheap tablets like this, and some even Google Play certified, but to be easily available to the masses like this is truly exciting for a number of reasons...[/size][/font][/color][/quote]


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at the very least, they make great book readers, and at that price point no big loss if you give em to your kids
though it might kill the kindle range

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Doesn't surprise me at all. There were plenty of $150 7" tablets on the market last christmas, and they weren't terrible. Nothing good, but quite honestly probably better than an older Kindle. A year later, and betting on reoccurring income from google music...

I'm quite happy with my surface RT though, I wouldn't trade it for a 7" Nexus even.

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