Mine arrived from Ebuyer this morning. Plays youtube videos quite nicely thanks to flash support, multi-touch works, keyboard layout is slightly odd, but I think I'll get used to it pretty quickly. The screen will be a fingerprint magnet, but that's pretty standard for glossy screens.
My only niggle with it at the moment is that is uses the AndroidPit app store rather than the Google's Android Market, so there's a big difference in the number of available apps. That said, I'm sure there's some way around this...
Well I've been having a play with mine and decided I really wanted the Google apps (including Market) so I did a bit of digging.
Android Market can be installed if you root the device, and thankfully there's a guide for the Hannspad already written up. I tried it and it works fine. I've even installed Ubuntu in a chroot jail to run concurrently with Android.
This thread is almost two years old. It's referring to an older budget Froyo 2.2 or Gingerbread 2.3 tablet. If the manufacturer has coerced it into running ICS 4.0, I wouldn't bother as it's likely to be rather laggy and sluggish.
The People's Guide to Android in the People's Republic.
Honorary Grand Poobah Shenzhen University English Corner. http://welcometomychina.tumblr.com/ There are nine million bicycles in Beijing.
There are nine million Androids in Shenzhen.