Trading longevity and price for quality.
BenQ has a seriously exciting tablet due out in the not-too-distant future. Netbook News reports that the nReader R100 will have a 10.2" display with a resolution of 1024x600. It'll be SDXC compatible, with WiFi, 3G, USB, mini-USB and HDMI-out up to 720p. It has a 12 hour battery and Android 2.0 (for now).
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So what's the catch? That big beautiful touchscreen is resistive, which means lugging around a stylus and no multitouch. It is due out in Q1 2011 in Taiwan, China, Japan and more countries as the year drags on. The WiFi version is said to be 1/8th of the iPod's price, which could be enough to make up for the somewhat-crappy display.