Well, this has been an interesting week. Had a birthday, router died, used birthday money to replace router, and used the left overs to pick up this out of curiosity. It's called a Polaroid PMID4311, and it (and the other identical but different brand devices that were on the shelf with it) is surprising me since I got it. Picked it up at Big Lots the other day for $50 (it was on sale at the time). It's specs? A 4.3" 480x272 multi-touch screen Single front facing camera about the same quality of a 3DS camera A 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor 512MBs of RAM Mali 400 GPU 4GBs of internal storage (though in reality, it's 3GBs flat for some reason) Mono speaker Slot for MicroSD card up to 32GBs And of course Wi-Fi So yeah, after some fiddling and Google, I managed to get the Android market (Google Play) installed to it. The very first 3D game I tested on it was Minecraft PE, and it ran PERFECTLY! I have a feeling the low res screen helped a lot, but Minecraft isn't a simple 3D game. On my bigger Acer Iconia A500, Minecraft doesn't run at the frame rate this little thing got! Every game I've run on it works perfectly with some slow down on things like Final Fantasy Crystal Defenders when there is a TON of stuff going on on the screen. I want to test some more intensive 3D games on it, but the lack of storage means I probably wont be able to. In fact, that's probably my biggest complaint so far, the lack of storage. I don't know if all Android phones and such do this, but the external SD card slot can't be used for Apps for some reason. My tablet did this too, but it has 16GBs, so I had much more leg room. Maybe there's a soft mod out there for this that can fix this issue, but in the meantime, you're stuck to 3GBs split between two partitions. The battery life is about what expected sadly, and the screen has a poor viewing angle. And worst of all, the thing is ugly! Well... ugly compared to an iPod Touch or something. In any case, I'm still surprised by how well this little "tablet" performs. Heck, it even runs HTML5 content rather well! Though I've only done a small test with that. I give it a "If you can't afford anything better, then this $50-60 device will cure your Android hunger more or less." Anyone else have this? I want to know if there are any working ROMs and such for it, the previously mentioned desire to have an external SD card act as the internal memory, and so on. Ramble Ramble.