The Coby Kyros MID7127-4G is a low-cost ($199.99) tablet running the Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" OS, with a 7-inch multi-touch screen.
This tablet is extremely similar to the slightly older MID7022-4G. The differences are cosmetic: the MID7127 is slightly longer and thicker, with the front-facing camera mounted in the center rather than the corner of the bezel and the physical home button replaced by virtual buttons. The 7127 also has two speakers where the 7022 has one.
The MID7127 has a 1Ghz Cortex-A8 processor and connects to the Internet using Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. There's an email program, Web browser, and the Aldiko e-reader software on board, but none of the standard Google apps. Instead of the Google market, Coby provides a link to the Getjar app store. This is par for the course with low-cost Gingerbread tablets.
The MID7127's 16:9-format screen is 800-by-480 resolution, a standard resolution for Android phones, so we anticipate most Gingerbread phone apps will run on this device—that is, if you can get them onto the device.
The tablet has 4GB of internal storage and supports MicroSD memory cards up to 32GB. You can output video to a TV through the MicroHDMI port; according to Coby, the tablet supports up to 1080p video resolution. There's one front-facing, VGA-resolution camera, along with a microphone for video chatting.
Cheapest is Best Buy: $169.99