I just purchased a Superpad 10.2 Android 2.1 Tablet from Amazon and am really curious if I can upgrade to a newer version of Android. I see a lot of discussion here about people doing upgrades, helping each other with upgrade options and wondered if anyone new how or if I might do the same. Below are the specs of my device: Display: 10.2" TFT Touch Screen (1024 x 600 resolution) w/single-point resistive touch; Processor: FlyTouch ARM11 1Ghz; OS: Android 2.1; RAM: 256MB DDR2; Graphics Model: Supports 720p / 1080P Internal Hard Drive: 2GB Flash with 2 TF slots for expansion (supports MicroSD 32GB Max); Ports: 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x MicroSD Slots, Mini HDMI, DC Jack, 3.5mm Headphone/Line-Out, RJ45 Ethernet; Audio: Built In Stereo Speakers and Mono Recorder Camera: 1.3 MP Built In Camera; Wireless Connection: WiFi supports 802.11 b/g/n; Battery Type: 3800mAh Li-ion Battery Power: AC Adapter - 100V - 240V; Dimensions: 10.5" x 6.5" x .50" It works fine, I guess, but I am just hoping for something a little faster. Any ideas? Before I forget, as I am brand new to the Android experience, any suggestions on apps? I am used to using the webOS with Palm and am looking for things I can get to help me better appreciate my Android experience. Maybe web surfing, document viewing and editing, weather, gps, movies, and the cheaper the better.