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The Pandigital Novel is an eReader that can be easily converted into an Android tablet. Available for under $150, it is not as polished as the ...
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Cheap Android tablets seem to be popping up in the oddest places these days. While holiday shopping over the weekend, I randomly came across budget-priced ($100-$200) Android tablets at Kohl's, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, and even Toys "R" Us.
I understand the appeal. The iPad is going bonanzas, but it's priced out of reach for most people. Android smartphones like the Motorola Droid franchise have been heavily promoted on TV, extolling the virtues of the OS and its iPhone -killing "does" philosophy. Throw in our existing love affair with e-book readers, and you've got yourself a perfect storm for cheap Android tablet demand.
There's just one problem--many of these tablets just plain suck. At best, they give Android a bad name (I've got your back, Android fanboys). Consumers go in expecting the app-devouring, lightning-fast interface they see on TV, and often end up with a slow, clunky slab, running a hobbled app store filled with junk.
Sure, maybe you could root it, hack it, overclock it--but your typical Kohl's or Bed Bath & Beyond shopper just isn't up for it. They want an iPad on an iPod Shuffle budget, and the results are almost always disappointing.
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Is Amazon (AMZN) About to Take Over Retail?, âAmazon is investing billions to make next-day delivery standard and same-day delivery an option for lots of customers. If it can pull that off, the company will permanently alter how we shop.â
Currently, Amazon does have local express delivery that can deliver certain items on the same day you place your order. But thatâs only for customers in a few select cities who pay $79 a year to be Amazon Prime members.
This is a whole new ballgame. And in September, residents in California and Pennsylvania are going to be the first to have the chance to embrace this new way of shopping.Probably Not Quite the Death of Traditional Retail
For me, itâs a no brainer. Iâd order it online and happily sit at home waiting for it to appear on my doorstep. Of course, I personally donât like going anywhere to shop, so my opinion could be just a bit biased.
For instance, my colleague Jeannette Di Louie feels quite differently: