I think it's safe to say that the tablet has gone mainstream now that Next has started selling its own Android-based device.Yes, according to TechRadar, the £180 tablet has a 10-inch WXGA LCD touchscreen display, an unknown version of Android, an Arm 11 processor, Wi-Fi, 2x USB ports, microphone and headphone socket, and 8GB storage plus a card reader.It's believed to be a rebadged version of the budget Zenithink ZT-180 tablet, described by the company as having the 'ability to outperform and outlast similar devices of twice to three times their price.'Which sounds promising. Anyway, next time you are rummaging through the clothing, have a look over it. For that money, it's certainly worth a closer inspection. Ok, it's not quite up there with an iPad or even a Samsung Galaxy Tab, but they don't retail for £180.