Recently I got myself a new eReader Tablet called the Kobo Vox eReader which uses the Google Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 Operating system. I been using it mostly to surf the web and read until I found out about casual games like Tetres, Angry birds, Fruit Ninja, and Pinball which I downloaded from the getjar marketplace.
Now I mostly use my Kobo Vox eReader for playing casual touch based games which can be very fun to play with.
The web surfing, video, and reading experience on the Vox is also pretty good because of the bright and responsive touch screen.
The speaker is loud enough to hear sound in a quiet to moderately loud room with people quietly talking.
It also comes with 8GB of internal memory which is good enough for me since I only used under 300MB, and still have over 7000MB/7GB of free space. If I need more space, I can always add a 32GB micro SD Card to it.
The Kobo Vox has a 800MHz CPU, and 512 MB of RAM which is good enough for ebook reading, casual games like angry birds, fruit ninja, web browsing, video, and most apps.
The 7 inch screen makes the eReader easier to carry with one hand while using the other hand to play games. The Vox also is solidly built, and I like the quilted rubber back which makes it more easy to hold with one hand without sliping out of the hand.
I been using the Kobo Vox for a few weeks and it works great for a sub-200 dollar ereader Tablet.