(Reports are emerging that this tablet is out of stock everywhere, and wont receive shipments until a later date.) When you thought "inexpensive" and "tablet" don't belong in the same sentence, K-Mart is about to prove you wrong. The Augen GenTouch Android tablet is hitting K-Mart shelves this weekend, according to its latest circular, for the low price of $149 ($169 now). You will be getting a 7" 800x480 TFT LCD screen, 800Mhz CPU, 256MB RAM, 2GB storage, WiFi connectivity, SD/MMC slot (up to 16GB) and Android 2.1 with Market capability. The rest of the specs are unknown at this time, but for $169 I would expect the CPU to be an older ARMv6 or ARM11. And if that wasn't enough, the Augen GenTouch comes with a leather carrying case and AC Adapter. The GenTouch may not be as spiffy as the German WeTab or the Dell Streak, but for the price, you certainly can't go wrong! We believe this to be the first readily-available-in-the-US Android 2.1 tablet, and are extremely excited to get our paws on one soon. Check out a video user review of the Auger GenTouch Tablet (cheers MrJn7) Anyone planning on snagging a GenTouch this weekend? Let us know. Also head on over to our dedicated Augen GenTouch Forum via Engadget Source: AugenUS, K-Mart Edit: New sources stating that the tablet is actually now $169, not $149 as previously mentioned: $169 Augen Android Tablet Still Not on K-Mart Shelves | News & Opinion | PCMag.com But this tablet is being delayed.