Well, it's not $99 and an update is coming to fix the woes. The fact that RIM isn't giving up on it's tablet tells me that it's determined to become a viable player in the tablet market.
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What sort of surprise me , is that Wal-Mart in the US has not been selling at the competitive prices as Staple and Office Depot at this time.maybe US Wal-mart will have similar pricing after the current instant -saving credit/rebate cards provided by the other office chains.Still looks some pretty competitive pricing so for the 7" screen w16GB for maybe ? under 300.00 as a solid price point.Other may and Apple most likely will not Samsung too 'cuz all that litigation ain't cheap and someone going to pay for it and it ain't going to be me.
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if its true that the Kindle Fire is the same hardware and will be only $199, there is yet another reason not to.
The Source (Canada) is now following suit... http://www.thesource.ca/estore/Search.aspx?language=en-CA&keywords=1716101+1716102+1716103&pagenum=0
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