It takes a lot to hit the sweet spot between cheap and quality, and for the most part it looks like these tablets spied at Computex fall more on the "cheap" side of the scale. That being said, they still leave room to impress in the UI category, which dazzled those that got hands on with the devices. We're looking at four or five of these little buggers by the chipmaker all priced between $100 and $200. They feature 7-inch screen for the most part, ARM processors, and Android 1.6. You can check out more photos over at Engadget's hands-on.