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eewiz
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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
eewiz   12/12/2011 8:45:29 AM
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"Low cost, high performance tablets are a big win for mobile consumers and a strong illustration of how Android's openness drives innovation and competition for the benefit of consumers around the world." Google didnt even release honeycomb source code in public. Talk about openness.

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
an_m   12/9/2011 8:15:28 PM
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in the uk that will probably translate to gbp 199.99

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
Code Monkey   12/8/2011 6:34:58 PM
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Looks like a great GUI for embedded apps.

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
Sanjib.A   12/7/2011 3:53:13 PM
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If NOVO7 is being sold @ $100 or less, having a capacitive touch-screen on it and having similar features as Kindle Fire, I can't imagine what the BOM cost would be and the margin the company is betting on. I'll eagerly wait for a "Tear-down" activity on NOVO7.

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
triest   12/7/2011 10:15:11 AM
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because this company is a real chinese company

Horaira
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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
Horaira   12/7/2011 8:53:26 AM
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looking to buy it ..

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
goafrit   12/7/2011 3:46:11 AM
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Why use the words "Chinese firm". Everything is made in China these days. It is natural that they would be the people that will come up with this idea.

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BLinder   12/6/2011 11:33:44 PM
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Well gee, if you need to do a marketing analysis just use eBay, most of this stuff is old news. You just need to glance over to the side bar on eBay to see the words China delivery. Also you can visit other Asia product distribution sites and get an idea of what is being plunked out on the market...you would be surprised, so go take a look!

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
mmeyer2   12/6/2011 9:34:12 PM
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People bought the TouchPads because they planned to run Android on them. "There was no future for [TouchPad]—no future support or future apps" couldn't be more wrong!

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re: Chinese firm offers sub-$100 Android 4.0 tablet
bmws88   12/6/2011 7:18:23 PM
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Novo 7 is sold out at ainovo.vom. Novo 8 sells for US $167 and gets a lot of one star ratings on amazon's Chinese site.

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