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Amazon's $199 tablet will be one of the first sub-$300 tablets with a decent specification. However, if you can't wait until November, don't necessarily want a book vendor's skin on your device, and haven't ponied up for an iPad yet, you can get a solid base-Android tablet for around $250 today -- or a lot less, if you already happen to have a Nook Color 7-inch e-reader. Besides the already-released Barnes & Noble e-reader, which is available for $249.99, you'll need a memory card, a PC to perform some tasks on, the ability to follow instructions, and a bit of nerve.
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