If you really want a 7" then you have to go for the Galaxy Tab2 7 (they really need better names) its "cheap", and the best 7" on the market, but its still not a High end device.
IF you want a small high end device you have to look at the Galaxy Tab 7.7 or the Motorola Xybord 8.2, but they both cost a lot more
Update: Decided to go with a Galaxy Tab P1000. Yes, I know it is around 2 years old, but it seems to be able to do all the things I want from a tablet. Plus, it has been proven that you can actually install Android 4.0 (ice cream sandwich) on it and it will even be faster. So if there is no update in that regard until I return, I maybe will install it in a bit more complicated way, which I got from the Internetz.
This actually made me think a bit about tablets. If I see this right, they are a bit dettached from the whole "faster, better, bigger" hardware race. You simply can not put a huge HD in there, and you alo really don't want to anyway. If you want to watch movies in brilliant HD, you just watch them on your tv set, or on your main computer. There are no games that need a lot of power, and playing them would be kind of awkward anyway. Tablet computers seem to be for very basic stuff that doesn't need a lot of power, so they have, if you will, a longer "best before date". And I kind of like that.
First thing I'm gonna do is try to find the whole Jules Verne collection as ebook and buy it :3
I'm pretty sure most, if not all of Jules Verne is free on Amazon and other places.
I've been on an Edgar Rice Burroughs kick, lately.
"Able to leap powerful bullets with a speeding bound!"
"Able to do powerful speed while on a single locomotive?"
"Just so you know...
Y'all are weird."-Larry Dixon