Coby, one of the many small consumer electronics companies, have just announced a tablet. They’re calling it the Kyros Internet Touchscreen Tablet, and it’s based on your standard 7″ LCD with a resistive touchscreen, 800MHz CPU, 4GB Flash, SD card slot, Wifi, and HDMI out. It ships with Aldiko and Appslib (along with the usual apps), which is good. It shows that some manufacturers are trying to anticipate the needs of the average user (who will have trouble finding apps elsewhere).
It was selling at HSN for $299, and will likely turn up elsewhere soon.
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