We've all seen the slew of Android tablets that look suspiciously like that other popular tablet out there (and we're not talking about the Samsung Galaxy Tab), and Android Central reader Ted417 managed to get his hands on one in a Brownsville, Texas, mall, where it was going for $250. We're not sure whether this 7-inch resistive touchscreen freak of nature is extremely cool, or extremely sad, but we'll let Ted tell the story after the break, along with a huge gallery of pics. Thanks, Ted!
So what we've got here is a Chinese Android MID. It has four buttons -- the home button on the front (like the iPad's), menu and the volume rocker, and a power button.
It has a pair of speakers, one microphone, one microSD card slot, and one USB port.
The tablet has 1GB of internal storage. Not sure about RAM or ROM. It's built on Android 1.6. the kernel version is 2.6.29-00236-g4f8dbbb-dirty, and the Build number is 1.7.2. It has no market, but it has an "Apps Store."