It doesn't have GPS, mic nor camera, but the Kindle Fire ($200) more than makes up for its lack of hardware features in affordability and performance. Amazon's new pimped out Kindle has a 7-inch color touchscreen, Gorilla Glass coating (also found on Apple's iDevices), a 1GHz TI OMAP dual-core processor, 512MB of memory and 8GB of storage. While you may think that the on-board storage seems low, the Kindle Fire is based around a cloud-accelerated Silk browser and features free storage in the Amazon Cloud, so you have  access to over 1,000,000 Kindle books and magazines, 100,000 movies and TV shows from Amazon Instant Video, over 17,000,000 songs from Amazon MP3.