The Impression 10A has 1024x768 pixels IPS-LCD capacitive touchscreen, and is powered by NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 chip. The slate also features 2MP rear and back cameras. Last year specs, we know, but at $299 MSRP, which will likely be lower if this hits your local Walmart, we can't ask for much more.
Impression 7A will be much cheaper at $179 MSRP, but swaps Tegra 2 for an enigmatic "1GHz processor", 1024x600 pixels IPS-LCD and only 512MB of RAM. MiniHDMI port and microSD slot round the cheap ICS offering.
It's great to see the $300 barrier for dual-core Android tablets being breached, considering that last year it was the $500 one we were testing with the launch of the first Android slates with dual-core chips.