Looking for a middle-range tablet

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    Hi all,

    I'm new on the Android community, switching from iPad.

    I want to buy an Android tablet with the following feature:
    - Bluetooth
    - GPU performances equal to the iPad 1 (powerVR 35)
    - same CPU perf as the iPad 1
    - Android 2 or higher

    Do you guys have any recommendations?

    Thanks
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    Also, I would like a WIFI-only tablet (no phone carrier)
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    Price range?
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    Less than $500
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    Do you know if the EPAd zt-180 has the PowerVR SGX 535 GPU?
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    I think the somewhat maligned viewsonic g tablet is a good midrange contender. plus if buying from a store in the US, you have the option to return it.
    I had an ipad 64 3g but in the end couldn't reconcile myself with apples business model. I'm quite happy with the gtab (despite some comparitive failings). I am considering changing to the high end models soon though.

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