Viewsonic gTablet Deal for $299.99 at CompUSA and Tigerdirect.com

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  1. xaueious

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    The Viewsonic gTablet is seeing yet another tempting sale, this time coming from CompUSA and Tigerdirect.com. The 10.1" Android 2.2 tablet powered by the dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor at 1 GHz was just on sale not too long ago for a one-day sale at Woot, $20 less than the sale this time around.

    The sale is supposedly from April 3 to 9, but it appears that the price is already setup at $299.99, meaning you can put some gTablets into your online cart at the reduced price right now. Note that the regular price of the tablet is actually closer to $350. Spend your money wisely ;)

    Thanks to Garemlin at our Viewsonic subforum for letting us know.
     
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    Amazon listing is through Circuit City.

    Tigerdirect = Circuit City = CompUSA
     
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    Yeah, I read, or listened to, some disappointing reviews too. Even though it's a good price, I'm still going to wait for Toshiba's tablet and HTC's Flyer. I'm pretty impressed with the Asus Transformer too.
     
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    Just saw this same deal at Buy.com, with free shipping as well.:cool:
     
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    Owned it since January and I am VERY happy with it. Screen is great, plays full 1080p video flawlessly. Rooted and ROM necessary as the stock one is what causes all the bad reviews.
     
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