The Goods: 4 New Android Tablets

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Unlike the Streak and Galaxy, which run on both 3G and Wi-Fi, this tablet connects to the Web only via Wi-Fi. The tablet has a forward-facing camera and a bright 7-inch touchscreen. The prototype we tested did not always respond to swipes, but the keyboard registered every tap. The 1.02-pound tablet runs on a powerful 1GHz NVIDIA processor, making it ideal for gamers, and is set to ship with the latest version of Android. It has 4GB of internal memory, with the ability to add up to 32GB, and its battery lasts five to eight hours depending on usage.
COST: $370