No they're not my hands and yes I have just purchased a 10.2 inch Tablet running Google's Android 2.1. I loved the idea of showing my portfolio to potential clients on an Ipad but thought £400 was a bit too much to spend on a portfolio. I've been keeping a keen eye on the Chinese I-pad counterfits models evolving on Ebay for some time. There are a lot of tablets to choose from and luckily plenty of information in the online Android forums.. The latest breed are very impressive, for £150 you get a 10.2" Full colour resistive screen (1024 x 600) , Wifi and 3G, HDMI full HD output, Android 2.1 and it's capable of playing 1080p video .
I am blown away by the quality of the tablet, the screen resolution and brightness is extremely impressive for the price. I only really planned to use it for portfolio showings (which it does very well), but I've now started using it everyday for important stuff like inter-flat scrabble tournaments and big screen Angry Birds. The very useful Rhythm Guitar app also works especially well on a tablet sized device.
Sadly I think the Flytouch developers copied the Apple Ipad so well that they also left out flash support , which means my swish website and others such as the BBC's I-Player don't work. It will be interesting to see the next round of Android tablets hitting the market over the next few months, there is a good round up here. Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) will make its debut in Feb on the Motorolla Xoom, which looks super nice.
Here's a video demonstration of my particular model.