Want to jump aboard the Android tablet bandwagon, but do not want to break the bank? Those who are just starting out and love to dip their toes into technology slowly and surely would definitely look towards the HP Photosmart eStation C510 as a potential purchase. After all, for $399.99 a pop, you not only get a cute little Android-powered tablet, it also features a color photo printer that boasts Wi-Fi connectivity as well as an SD memory card slot. This 7-inch tablet can be detached or docked to the eStation C510 when the situation calls for it, running on Google Android 2.1 albeit lacking support for the Android Market. In an interesting twist, the default search engine has been set to Yahoo instead of Google. What gives? You can surf the Internet with this browser, alongside using a series of apps and widgets designed to work with the printer. This is meant more of the casual instead of power user.