I bought an Augen GenBook 74 mini netbook computer from Kmart last week for $99. It's a pretty interesting new toy and will suffice for light wi-fi web surfing and e-mail checking. I've posted a complete review here: Augen GenBook 74 Mini Netbook. The device uses Android 1.6 and the interface is a small keyboard and a touchpad. One major annoyance is that many apps change the orientation of the screen from landscape to portrait and the touchpad controls to something like -- up is right, down is left, and right is up and left is down. It's not surprising since Android 1.6 is designed for phones and this device is not a phone. Developers should know that the device does not appear to have an accelerometer. Can anyone tell me how to re-orient my screen without re-booting? So far, it seems to get re-oriented back to normal if I open some of the other applications. However, that is a bit inconvenient.