I am looking for a tablet, for my wife. She is an avid reader, but as we get older, reading small type is getting impossible to deal with. I already bought an ereader (Aluratech libre pro) and we decided that it was not for her. The 5" screen is way too small once you enlarge the type. You end up having to change pages way to often, due to only having a few lines on the page. Also it does not do well in low light (a backlit screen would be needed). I have looked at a Kindle since then and even a 6" screen is still not acceptable. I have also looked at a 7" Android tablet and I feel it's just barely acceptable, but not the ticket. I then tried an iPad 2 and found it to be a great size for reading with enlarged font. Soooo... I beileve that I am looking for a tablet with an 8" to 10" screen size. Its sole purpose will be for reading books, so my priority for a really good screen is highest over other features. I am looking for: 1.- The highest resolution possible 2.- IPS screen if possible, (but I know it's not in the price range) 3.- Capacitive screen 4.- Stable, speed is not necessary in reading books (I believe), but stability is. 5.- SD Card slot 6.- Dirt cheap (Chinese Clone) Now number 6 is really tough, because how can you have all the other wants and get "dirt cheap", you can't really, so I will have to compromise on features. $150 is my target price, $100 would be better on the ever tightening purse strings in this growing recession that we are facing. I (Think) that I might need Android market, to be able to use the Kindle and B&N apps, as well as a good "generic" reader app. I know how to use Calibre and its plugins to make epub files so I don't necessarily need the Android Market (I guess?). I do not care about other apps as my wife will use this only for book reading. Right now my limited knowledge would lead me to the Coby Kyros 10.1-Inch Android 2.3, 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet, MID1125-4G. They seem popular, but it is not yet in the price range. I want to know if there are other tablets which might be less money, but still be dependable enough to use daily. I don't want to get into a position where I have to work on (ROOT) a tablet, since I know nothing about that kind of tech stuff and I don't really want to learn new tricks (Old Dog). Thanks for reading my long post and thanks for any helpful advice.