Jody Vining: The Apple iPad has been one of the most popular consumer electronics devices to hit the market in a very long time and has really brought tablet computing into the mainstream. And just recently we have seen a lot of new options when it comes to using a tablet in your life. They range from anywhere like this 150$ budget tablet which has got to have a few trade offs but it's going to allow you to enter the world of Android tablet computing at very low price point. And you can step up to something a little more premium or a little nicer, like these tablets from Archos. We have got a 10 inch and a 7 inch here, they range in storage from 8 to 32 gigabytes. They feature very high resolution displays, front facing cameras so you can do video conferencing and you can even hook up external devices through the USB ports. And of course, some new form factors as well like this one right here.
This is a combo e-reader and tablet, you get the best of both worlds, you get Kindle and Nook like e-ink paper over here and a full LCD for all of your Android stuff like web-browsing, email and games located right over here. So lots of new options coming out right now when it comes to using tablets and Android is really leading the way.