For those who were naysayers and those of little faith, Arrington and the TechCrunch crowd have taken another step toward making good on their word. The CrunchPad tablet is in the final stages of testing and development. To be honest, it looks really good. To be even more honest, it looks almost too good to be true and still keep the $200-300 pricetag promised. If the price is right and the battery life is reasonable, this might need to make it’s way into my gadget collection. Of course, nothing could ever replace my Nokia 810 but somehow I’m ok with that. The thing should be less than 18mm thick and the logo moves when you reorient the screen. It runs Linux and boots directly into a custom WebKit-based browser.