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Checkout the Nook Color, $249.
 

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Acer Iconia here, works great and the usb host port is a must for me.
 
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Nook Color. Or wait for the Amazon tablet.
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How about Nook Simple touch. (run android but u need to root it to be able to do more)

Cheap :-)

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2 months with Wifi Off
3 weeks with Wifi on. (i suppose moderate usage)

Supported file formats include EPUB (DRM and non-DRM), PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nook_Simple_Touch
 

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Originally Posted by tirtawn View Post
How about Nook Simple touch. (run android but u need to root it to be able to do more)

Cheap :-)

Battery:
2 months with Wifi Off
3 weeks with Wifi on. (i suppose moderate usage)

Supported file formats include EPUB (DRM and non-DRM), PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nook_Simple_Touch
I think we have a real contender here!

Are there any other e-ink android devices?
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What about toshiba thrive?
It isn't e-ink. but it's a long battery, AFAIK
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Originally Posted by bitwit View Post
Acer Iconia here, works great and the usb host port is a must for me.
USB port, without charging? It's really acer's huge mistake.

Galaxy Tab 7" - optimal size (for me).
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So I need to aquire an tab for the missus. This thing needs to be around 7-9 inch. Have INSANE battery life and be rather robust. It will probably be used to read PDFs and some other mild appz garbage. Doesn't need GPS, Camera, GPRS, ethernet, or USB. MicroSD a must.

It will of course have to be android ***shudder*** as frankly there is no other OS available at the moment.

Suggestions please?




In B 4 joojoo tab.
ive owned the xoom for 2 weeks now and have yet to go a day without putting it down. even 2 hours playing pocket ledgends on wifi barely used like 10% battery. its awsome and 32gb storage for same price as the 16gb tabs. guy at store i bought it from like xoom also on many features but he said he would get the toshiba mainly for the usb ports. other than that he would go the xoom. btw easy to root wifi and fix ad-hoc for wifi tether. i have mine tethered to my n900 just fine via wifi.

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HTC flyer if you want 7 inch or Lenovo thinkpad tab or Asus transformer if you want 10 inch.
 
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