In a surprising turn of events, despite the Japanese monster earthquake that was supposed to raise the prices of Japan-made electronics and the Thailand catastrophic floods that has been already used by Western Digital and Seagate to rip us off, tablets are getting considerably cheaper.
We’ve just announced LG’s huge 63% price reduction on their Optimus Pad here
Australian retailer Kogan has just introduced the Agora
10” tablet for a price rivaling today’s announced Archos.
keeps up the pace with the rest of the cheap tablet pack and starts selling the Arnova 7d G3 tablet
featuring a 7” display
with multi-touch support and a 800×480 resolution.
The 7d G3 tablet is powered by a single-core ARM
Cortex A8 processor running at 1 GHz and comes with 4 GB of storage and 1 GB of RAM
The 10″ Arnova 10b G3 sports a higher 1024×600 resolution screen and also a $235 price.
That’s about €187 for the European customers.