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The CEO of Nvidia (Nasdaq: NVDA), Huang claims Wi-Fi only tablets are seeing more uptake than 3G versions with all the bells and whistles. This points to the fact that consumers want a cheaper alternatives and don't need 3G and their expensive data plans that come with it.. The Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab have not really taken off in a big way because its a price point problem. Compared to the basic $499 iPad Wi-Fi Only, many feel Honeycomb tablets have priced themselves a little bit out of the market. Are tablet manufacturers learning from their mistakes and poor forecasting of 3G uptake?  How are their readjusting their retail plans if the wireless carriers are not the main sales channels?  Will this help struggling Amazon Wireless and Best Buy Mobile who have been getting crushed by carrier retail distribution? 

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