I've been playing in rock cover bands for 35 years and have always avoided using a mic stand for chord charts or lyrics because of the idea that it's antithetical to the spirit of rock and roll. But, seeing as how the vast majority of working bands, from the local weekend warriors to the biggest stars, are now using tablets for reference, I've decided to get with the times. I'm looking to buy a tablet that is as friendly as possible to my meager budget and only needs to be capable of performing the most basic functions of displaying a setlist and cues for lyrics, chord progressions, and miscellaneous information. Also, it needs to have a fairly large, bright, and clear display that can be seen, even in direct sunlight, with my bad eyesight. I don't need it to control a mixer or other stage equipment, or play, record, or compose music, take pictures, work as a phone or a computer, play videos, browse the interwebz, or make me a sandwich. I just need it to display a bit of information about the songs I'm playing. While I do have some limited experience with PCs and laptops, I'm rather incompetent when it comes to this type of technology and I need a device that is intuitive and very easy to use. I'm asking this knowledgeable TB community to recommend a few options that meet my needs. I'm not a fan of Apple products and would really prefer to avoid them, but I won't completely rule them out if there is a particular Apple tablet that's clearly my best option. I don't have a specific dollar amount in mind. I can come up with the cash to cover the cost, but I'm budget conscious and don't want to pay any more than is strictly necessary. Essentially, I'm looking for the cheapest item that meets my requirements. I see a number of tablets in the $100 - $200 range. I'd like to keep the price toward the lower end of that, if possible, but I can go as high as $200 if that will get me better functionality. Thanks, in advance.