2. We've kicked that around a bit. Great feel, but that OS? And a company that is well, you know.
Did you see the Transformer at woot.com today. (yes, I'm getting one)
The office is working Android apps so I have the KF HD 7, Nexus 7 and a few others but the 2 you listed are nothing I'd consider. I do have the case/keyboard in that first link. Not sure if I like it. Works but funky. Not integrated well with any Android I've tried it with.
This is by FAR the longest that I have shopped for anything, which for me requires TONS of research! So, trying to pick a Tablet, best ratings and most features, with a budget of $200 or LESS. I am currently browsing the promising choices at Amazon.com, but it looks like getting one of the 'New/Used' from the other vendors is my only option. I know to look for the best feedback, USA only seller, and of course item description.
Here are the ones I am struggling with:
1. iRulu - 10.1" w/keyboard + case - $130
2. BlackBerry PlayBook 7" 64GB - $180
I have to note that I was trying to look for something a little 'different' from the Android software, which is why I really would adore the BB to try out and see how I like it. However, the iRulu has a LOT of super good reviews, not to mention is bigger and even has more features, AND comes with the case & keyboard! Here's the features I most need: good case with USB (or wireless for the playbook), decent ebook reading (ability to use Calibre on device), acceptable battery life (for reading books and surfing the web mostly, need at least 6 hrs), good front cam would be nice, available accessories and nice covers and cases, tablet with the *least* amount of problems and glitches, HDMI output, audio jack for earphones, voice recording and mic, good sized storage or expandable storage, and adequate memory...
So if you guys could help me out by just checking the links and letting me know what you think, or if you have experience with either of these, that would be sweet. I have like 2 hours to place my order, so comment away ASAP!