Still haven't pulled the trigger on a tablet? Today I have two options that might just make your credit card peek out of your wallet.
While supplies last, 1SaleADay (via eBay) has the refurbished Acer Iconia Tab A100 7-inch Android tablet for $189.99 shipped.
CNET's review of the A100 praises that "full Honeycomb experience" along with its many hardware amenities. Ironically, price was the big knock, but that was when the tablet was selling for $330.
If you're looking for something a little larger, 1SaleADay proper has the refurbished Toshiba Thrive 10-inch Android tablet for $249.99, plus $4.99 for shipping.
This model also rocks Honeycomb (3.2). It comes with a dual-core Tegra processor, 16GB of storage, a full-size HDMI port, dual cameras, Bluetooth, GPS, and other goodies.
Both tablets come with a 90-day warranty, which isn't great -- but my feeling is there's not much on a tablet that can really break, so it's probably worth the risk.
That said, you can still get the refurbished Barnes & Noble Nook Color for $129, and it comes with a one-year warranty. The flipside is it lacks features like Bluetooth, cameras, and GPS, and requires rooting if you want the full Android experience. Decisions, decisions.
Bonus deal: While supplies last, Newegg has the Wintec Filemate 16GB USB flash drive for $9.99 shipped when you apply coupon code EMCNGHC86 at checkout. (Note: You must be a newsletter subscriber to use the code.) That is officially the lowest price I've seen for a 16GB drive.