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Coby rolls out $250 Kyros MID7015 Android tablet

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Coby's been selling an Android tablet on the Home Shopping Network for a couple of months now, but it's just released another model that's now available at retailers across the US. That comes in the form of the Kyros MID7015, which is just about exactly what you'd expect a $250 Android tablet from Coby to be. That means you'll get a 7-inch resistive touchscreen, Android 2.1 (with apps from the AppsLib marketplace, not Android Market), 4GB of built-in memory, a microSD card slot for expansion and, somewhat notably, an HDMI port that promises to let you output full 1080p video. Hit up the source link below for the complete specs.

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