You have no shortage of tablet options these days and trust us: by the time the week is through you'll have many, many more. The Joojoo has been the most notable of late, but if you're looking to save a little money and don't mind a clunkier form-factor, Haleron's Mio iLet (internet tablet) could be an alternative. It starts at $419 and for that you get a 10-inch, 1024 x 600 multitouch screen, 1.6GHz Atom N450, a 160GB HDD, 802.11a/b/g wireless, and a lovely pleather carrying case. Cough up another $100 and you'll get 3G, a further $50 for quad-band GSM, and upwards of $260 more for a bigger drive. Finally, GPS will set you back another $75, turning what was a solid value into something a bit... more. Windows 7 is at least free, but instead of Tablet edition it seems instead to feature a special version celebrating the Seven Deadly Sins. The iLet is said to be shipping next week, so if you order now you could find out what comes in the box before the month is through.
Haleron's iLet 10-inch tablet starts cheap, gets expensive, ships next week
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