When the Amazon Kindle Fire hit the market for only $199, consumers started picking up the tablet in mass. In fact, Amazon reported that leading up to the holidays, over 1 million Kindle Fires a week were flying off Amazon’s virtual store shelves. But the price point of “below $200″ for Android tablets is about to get more intense. The Leader Impression 7A is set to debut at the CES trade show that’s happening next week and this puppy is priced to sell at only $179. And best of all, it’s packing the new Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS, the OS that Google is hoping will bring some stability and conformity to the Android tablet platform. When Amazon released the Kindle Fire for only $199, it seems to have set a new “high bar” for pricing tablets… and looks like manufacturers are now seeing how far they can push that price point to sell more tablets.