Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Jul 2012 18:11 UTC
Google The Verge reviewed Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. "Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is one of the best products Google has ever produced. It's fast, fluid, and beautifully designed. It also does a better job of unifying all of Google's disparate services than anything else the company has ever offered. Everything from the Chrome browser, Google+, Maps, Gmail, and most of all Google Search - in the form of Google Now - is tightly integrated into a user experience that outshines even the company's web properties."
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I didn't say cheap Android devices can't be good. I'm saying that most of them are complete garbage, and there isn't (AFAIK) a $100 Android tablet currently on the market that's worth a damn. Even the Kindle Fire is just sub-par.

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There is much cheaper tablet than that. Look at AliExpress or DealExtreme (free shipping, no taxes, so the price is what you pay). Just don't buy them, only a few of them will work for more than 2 weeks before exploding, or, insome case, imploding and/or, in some other case, auto destruct themselves in a way I can't even think out, with or without the Chinese backdoor trojan mandated on these devices.

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