It’s running Android v2.2 on a 10.1″ (1024×600) capacitive touchscreen, and it has a Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU, 512MB RAM, 16GB Flash storage, a microSD card slot, Wifi, Bluetooth, and a 1.3MP camera on the front. It doesn’t have a second camera, and it doesn’t have access to the Android Market. But the reviews are decent, and it does come with Flash support and quite a few useful apps.
But this time around the price isn’t so spectacular. The sale price is the same, yes, but I expect the current sale price for the gTablet to become the regular retail price fairly quickly. What we could be seeing here is a major disruption to the tablet market which could cause everyone to shave a $100 or more off the price of their tablets just to stay competitive.
P.S. I bought one when it was on sale a few weeks ago. It really is a very nice tablet.