Coby has outed the Android 2.1-based Kyros MID7015 tablet computer, which has basic specs but a bargain price to match.
Beneath and around that 7-inch resistive touch screen, one would find integrated flash memory, 4GB of space, a microSD card slot for more (expandable up to 16GB), an HDMI port for connecting to an HDTV for full 1080p HD video playback.
Coby also touts two "unique" programs found on the Kyros MID7015: Aldiko E-Book for downloading and reading e-books (also supports ePub), and AppsLib for browsing, downloading and installing apps from the AppsLib marketplace.
All of this can be yours for $250. It's a simple machine, but that's a simple price at least.