E-tablets find a home in drug stores, too

LEBANON, Pa. — CVS has gotten the jump on what may become the craze for 2011 — e-tablets not called iPad.

About 80 tablets are to be featured at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show, according to a Washington Post report, as companies like Samsung, Toshiba and Motorola release their versions of the touch-screen wireless mini computer.

Pictured here is a more economic tablet, the Shift3 LookBook, that CVS features on a front-facing end-cap for only $149.99.