NEW tablets coming soon!

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by torturedsoul, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. torturedsoul

    torturedsoul Junior Member

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    I was thinking about getting a Lenovo IdeaPad A1, but now I'm pretty sure I'll wait for one of these...

    Archos 70b
    ViewPad E70
    Memo 370T
    Cruz T507

    What have you heard about these tablets? Which one of these is worth waiting for? Thanks in advance!
     
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    If the memo is released as announced, with a quad core Tegra processor and ICS at $250 it would be hard to imagine a better deal.

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    I found out that the T507 and E70 are only going to have a resolution of 800x480. I guess the A1 would be better with 1024x600 even though it's got Android 2.3...

    So that leaves the 70b and the 370T. The 70b is going to have Android 3.2. The 370T looks like the best deal. Hopefully it comes out soon. Any other thoughts?
     
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    The 370t has been announced for May, so that's still some time off. I just bought the Galaxy Tab 7 plus because it was just too long to wait. easily the most powerful 7 inch tablet out today, and aside from the Prime its about as fast as any tablet on the market. I paid $320 for it, which seems reasonable to me for the power and especially the build quality which is top tier. The ir and Peel remote software have been quite the added bonus.
    Maybe another option for you.

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