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300 - 400 Tablet

<span id="INSERTION_MARKER"><span id="INSERTION_MARKER"><span id="INSERTION_MARKER">I've been researching different tablets for enjoying media/social networking and I was
originally only looking to pay 200 for a tablet. <span><span><span>

<div><span><span><span>After learning more, I
understand that price is definatley a factor in production value, survivabilty,
and usability.So now I'm looking for the best that I can</div><span><span><span>

<span><span><span>I need something that will last me a while I would appreciate is if it had could fuction as a Calendar, To Do List, Skype, and use Internet.

<span><span><span>I live in the USA

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Not a duplicate, just another inquiry.

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Yeah, the price has gone up now that I know a little more. I haven't actually seen that HP touchpad for 200. I was thinking of getting that one anyway, but I wanted to check what the best one was in 300-400 price range or does it not really change?

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Sorry but I can't do best.

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With prices moving faster than usual what is best for the buck moves too fast for me to give any answer.

I would go with the names. Even if the name is Viewsonic.

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I see

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Thank you Bob.

Any other opinions? I'm really just weighing my options with the little money I have. I want to find out what the best tablets I can find for a higher price and see if it's worth saving more money as opposed to getting something under 200 that may not be as good.

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I see sub 400 at link.

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Hmm, that Galaxy, the Xoom as well.

Let me warn you about the lesser tablets. Some don't have multi-touch, the android market, g sensors, etc. If you don't get the basics you may be unhappy.
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A 160 buck Vizio with all the items but refurb. REMEMBER what we discussed about "Apps."

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