"If this thing really hits the market at the predicted price of $199 it’s going to play merry hell on everyone else. It ‘ll have better specs than anything else at that price point, so at a minimum we’re going to see price cut from just about everyone. Hell, I think even the sub-$100 budget tablets are going to feel the pinch. The Nexus 7 will likely cause a glut of returns, and when those tablets show up as refurbs the bottom of the market will drop.The Digital Reader - The Best News and Info on eReaders and Tablets
And the more focused devices like the Nook Tablet and the Kindle Fire will likely both drop below $200, just to stay competitive. And there goes B&N’s market share and what little profit margin they had left."
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
The Digital Reader - The Best News and Info on eReaders and Tablets
Speculation about the implications of Google's tablet, expected to be unveiled next week