Yes, so we know that Best Buy will be offering the Pandigital Nova at $170 a pop – well, here is the official story on this particular tablet that is touted to offer value for money. Beign lightweight and easy-to-carry around, the Pandigital Nova sports a Cortex A9 processor as well as a 7″ multi-touch display at 600 x 800 resolution, not to mention HDMI out so that whatever you view on your tablet can be translated over to the big screen TV in your living room.

You can also snap photos with it, where the resolution count of the built-in digital camera at the back is unknown. Feel the urge to go online? Simple – turn on the Wi-Fi module and you’re good to go. This particular tablet will also offer direct access to the Barnes and Noble eStore, letting you enjoy more than 2 million digital tomes to choose from, ranging from books to newspapers and magazines.

With 4GB of internal memory that can be further expanded via a microSD memory card slot, surely this device would not be out of your radar if you’re looking to make the jump to the tablet market? It does seem basic enough without any overly complicated trappings that suits your wallet as well.

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