Hi, I just bought an Onda Vi-40 here in China. My budget was limited, and the basic tablet at retail is about 14,500RMB (166 Euro, US$222). Specs: Allwinner A10 1.5GHz - more information on this chip here Mali GPU-400 9.7 inch IPS, 1024 x 768 High Resolution Capacitive 5 Points Multi-touch Screen OS Android 4.0.1 OS (Ice Cream Sandwidh) (4.0.3 upgradeable) (Google CTS certified) 1GB Flash Memory DDR3 Ram 8GB NAND Flash built in MPEG-4/3GPP/H.263/H.264/AVI/MOV/MP4/RMVB/FLV/MKV AMR/AAC/AAC+/MP3/MIDI/WAV/PCM/MP3/WMA/WAV/APE/FLAC/OGG 2160p Smooth video playback performance UMD/TXT/PDF/HTML/RTF/FB2 Dual Camera 5.0 Rear, 1.3 Front 802.11b/g/n Bluetooth Dongle Supported 3G Dongle Supported Audio Built in Loud Speaker 6500mAh Rechargeable Battery Video playback time: Up to 8~10 hours 242 x 190 x 12mm 600 grams 3.5MM headphone jack Microphone out Micro SD card slot Mini USB Mini HDMI out Earphone USB Cable Charger It comes rooted, and my reading on other forums is that the chip, and Onda, offer regular firmware updates for their products. In my initial excitement I was looking for a Flytouch or similar as they can be seen with built-in 3G, GPS and more. However, on further inquiry, it seems these are built to sell on spec more than quality and durability - at the moment. I think I am buying a little ahead of the bang for buck line, and maybe in a year or so we can see better supported tablets with those features at budget prices. I got some valuable advice here: So I tempered my expectations, as money is limited, and decided to look at some of the more established names. I can't afford to be an early adopter of buggy products. I narrowed it down to the Onda Vi140, Viewsonic 97a (Only available in China, but searchable) and the Teclast A10t). They all have IPS screens, something I wanted. Why Onda? I like the idea they update FW. The viewsonic seemed slower, and very slippery in the hands. The specs don't favour it. My wife and I both thought the Onda looked nicer, and the build "felt" better than the Teclast, and the camera on the Teclast is only .3MP front, and we envisage my wife Skyping on this in the future with a 3G external card. Very subjective, I know, but so far I'm happy enough. I'll let you know if I have problems. Currently running ICS 4.03, basband 0.6 Kernel 3.08+ Let me know if you have any questions. I'm hellishly busy over the weekends, but will reply as soon as I can. Regards, David.