May 23rd, 2011 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 3:44 pm

Amazon’s plan for a lineup of Android tablets is slowing being pieced together through a series of rumors emerging over the past week or so. We learned last week that the online retailer is aiming to bring at least two tablets to market, the Tegra 2 slate codenamed “Coyote” and a powerhouse Tegra 3 device known as “Hollywood.” Word is that the tablets are being aimed for a launch during the Holiday season, meaning they are still a way off, but we are now learning of the potential pricing scheme for the two.

It is said that the 7-inch Coyote will debut for an extremely reasonable $349 while the 10-inch Hollywood will go for a meager $449, a price we’d be willing to pay for a Honeycomb tablet of that size even without NVIDIA’s next-gen quad-core CPU. Take it as rumor for now, but given Amazon’s penchant for bargain pricing we’d say it could be very likely. Could we be looking at this Holiday season’s must-have gift?

[via DroidLife]

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