Another Tablet Worth Considering is the Pipo M7 Pro
The new Pipo M7 Pro for $255 packs in features that compare to & is priced about the same as the Nexus 7, but offers a much larger 8.9-inch screen with the same high resolution 1900x1200 display (uses a Samsung Brand screen) along with quad core performance & much bigger battery capacity (6300 mAh), and the Pipo M7 Pro offers an ideal size between a compact and full size tablet that's still easy to carry in one hand --
A 3G HSPA+ edition is also availble for $279 and is one of the first tablets to offer Internet plus Voice Calling function - that makes voice calls like a standard Android smartphone and works great with Bluetooth headsets (Nexus, iPad and other 3G/4G tablet chips don't offer voice calling ability - only Data Internet). It works with any GSM carrier, and has been tested on AT&T, T-Mobile and Straight Talk and only requires a SIM card, which can be used interchangeably between a Smartphone and a tablet. Plus it works with Straight Talk's new $45 Unlimited Data and Calling Plan that provides a SIM card with service on the AT&T Network at 4G speeds.
Both the standard and 3G models feature a Quad-Core processor - 1.6 GHz / 2GB Ram - 16GB memory, built-in GPS navigation, Android 4.2.2, Bluetooth 4.0, premium dual speakers, MicroSD, two MicroUSB ports, and dual cameras with a 5 megapixel rear camera with AF and flash.
There's also the Pipo M9 edition that features the same specs along with a 10.1-inch screen.
One of the first U.S. sites to carry this model is -- TabletSprint -