If you were ever wishing for a tablet to accompany your internet connected VIZIO TV, you’ve caught a break – the 8 inch VIZIO V-Tab is now on sale for $300 at both Walmart and Amazon. While this thing isn’t going to be desirable to most of you, VIZIO’s integration with their internet-connected products could be worth shelling out for it. (And you’ll get all of the other functionality of modern pre-Honeycomb tablets, as well). A 1GHz processor 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage won’t turn heads in a crowd of tech geeks, but it shouldn’t be half bad for what VIZIO intends for its users to use it for. [Laptoping]
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