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Old 10-26-2010, 11:47 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by boswd View Post
I don't know we'll see, Verizon is going to be charging over $600 for the Samsung, I don't see a dramtic price cut to come within striking distance of the Nook color, I just don't , not that much.
Are the only people making tablets the cellphone folks? Netbooks are so insanely cheap that I would imagine a good netbook manufacturer could probably sell a tablet for around $250.

I am not all that tech savy so I cold be wrong but I don't really see why tablets have to be that expensive.

And if a good tablet comes out in the same price range you will probably be able to download Nook for Android on it and use your Nook account there.

I guess I don't see why B&N would get into the tablet market. Yes, it is significantly different then the Kindle but it is different enough from an e-reader to not be of interest to people in that market. Folks looking for a tablet are not likely to think B&N.

Weird decision if you ask me.
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