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Best Buy Working on Tablet

Retailer Best Buy, pretty much the only electronics store we can think of that still has physical locations, is apparently developing its own tablet. Preliminary names include Cheap but Lame Alternative to the iPad, Off-Brand Tablet You'd Be Embarrassed to Pull out at a Conference, and At Least It's Not a Microsoft-Branded Tablet. OK, not really. But Best Buy really is apparently working on a tablet.

Posted by Lee Pender on August 09, 2010


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