Lenovo Brings Us Into A New Era Of Affordable $99 Tablets

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ET3D

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I don't want another crappy $100 tablet. I want a good replacement to the Nexus 7. Why can't companies release that, a good $200-250 tablet?
 

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I don't want another crappy $100 tablet. I want a good replacement to the Nexus 7. Why can't companies release that, a good $200-250 tablet?
My thoughts exactly. I skipped getting a 2013 Nexus 7 because I was doing fine on my 2012 model and figured I'd leapfrog to the 2014 model. Now the entire 7" market seems to have died off and the only options are a 6" phablet or a 10" chromebook replacement. I'd kill for a nice, reasonably priced 7" again.
 

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I wouldn't mind just getting a replacement battery for my Nexus 10. The performance is adequate (although encrypting it has not done good things for performance), but the battery life keeps shrinking, ever since I left it in the trunk of my car for a few hours when it was below 0F.
 

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