Ok, wading through some of the current state of affairs over at DLNA.org. I've got a need for a simple tablet to be stuck to the kitchen wall, hopefully in a recharging bracket of some kind. I'll just list out the questions, not in order of importance: Is there a tablet that can hold up to continually being on? I'm not interested in anything OLED based yet because of burn-in/image-retention issues. Capacitance screen only. I'd like this as a centralized "family kiosk" for email, time, weather, skype, etc. Front facing camera needed. I'd like it to be able to push and pull from various DLNA devices (TV/PC/Phones/etc.) to the extent that any of them support it. I'll work on that part separately as the devices roll in. hbogo.com, verizon fios online, etc. streaming vehicles of course useful. I'm a long-time software engineer---higher end configurations are not out of the question if I have to. Though a turn-key approach would be nifty. Larger than 7". 7" is just too small. Doesn't need to be 10.mumble inches, though that's ideal. Not uber expensive ($300 is too much) because I suspect this will be prone to being burned out sooner than normal: backlight, battery, screen surface, what-not. Mountable in a continually charging (smart charging) wall mount? Is there a term for such a semi-wall mounted tablet? Thanks in advance!