@aimeelyn Such a tablet does not exist for around $200. You would normally be looking at the Nook Color for $250, but it is a little on the complicated side. @androider I do not know what is coming in 2 months. But I would keep a close eye on those Notion Ink preorders. @rheassi If your budget is that high, you could try the Viewsonic gTablet or the Nook Color towards the mid-end, but require tweaking. Or just pick up the Galaxy Tab. @JDoumo There is no indication that the new Coby tablets will be inexpensive. They will also be American branded, so it does not make sense for your locale. Go to Akiharaba and look for APAD shops. There are many tablets there, and your selection much greater. You should be able to pickup something you like there. The selection is much greater than what I am aware of. You are still probably looking at either a Telechips based tablet (Cherrypad, Nanopad, EM71, M701), or the Marvell based Leader G10 (GPS). @jrsharp21 I do not associate Rockchip with reliability. @carstunts There are Coby MID7015s in Canada now. I do not know where in Canada you are, but you should try it out. 3D games wont work, but most basic games will. Next one up is the Archos 70 IT. Do not invest in a shanzhai tablet. It makes more sense to import a tablet branded for American markets. @SouthernGirl 7 inches is 3 iPhones large - a little smaller than a tissue box looking downwards. I do not have a good comparison of how big the 10 inch is, but it is basically your typical netbook without a keyboard. There are many kiddy games, but you have to find them. For a youngster, I think an iPad is more appropriate given the build quailty of those devices. I think Coby MID7015 should suit your needs at around $150. @sonicpuck Join the Nook Color or Viewsonic gTablet clubs. @draunst You are basically looking at the Archos 101 IT. @diegoxcastro I think you can get a Galaxy Tab off ebay or something for about that much. @maxx11 Depends if you want a tablet or a pocket MP3 player. @newguy It is not usually possible to upgrade Android versions with any tablet. In that range, there is the Huawei Ideos S7, Nook Color, Creative ZiiO 7, Archos 70, and Archos 101 that I recommend that you look at.