It is a rare day indeed that we come across a piece of technology that so utterly fails at its intended purpose, but American electronics manufacturer Coby has managed to produce just such a device. Prepare to witness the astounding, the fearsome, the horrifying Coby MP-C7082. (Try not to stare.)
The Coby Kyros Internet Touchscreen tablet runs Android 2.1 and has a screen resolution of 800x480 pixels.
The Coby Kyros tablet offers a large screen for relatively little money, but it's a bad proposition at any price.
We have some pictures of a bad, bad MP3 player, a gigantic wide-screen PVP with built-in DVR capabilities, and two slide shows on the Canon PowerShot S5 IS.
The Coby MP-C7000 series of MP3 players has a rather cute design, but fails miserably on every other level.
The MID1042 by Coby is a basic tablet for basic use.
Coby's MID7012 tablet is a minimalist device that starts at around $85.
Coby's Kyros MID7042 is a minimalist tablet that starts at about $110.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell gives his impressions on the Coby Kyros series of Android tablets.