"Excellent iPod Touch competitor"4.0 starson by Namain
Pros: Large screen
Great Wifi reception
uses a standard USB slot for charging and data transfer
MicroSDHC card slot for storage space expansion
Cons: Resistive touchscreen instead of capacitive
Uses USB Micro instead of the more prevalent USB Mini - you may need to buy new chargers anyway
does not run the stock Android apps - but you can install them easily
Summary: When I started shopping for an android competetor to the iPod touch, I was mostly doing it because I wanted an MP3 player, not a smartphone. I already have a phone and have no need of a smartphone and it's expensive data plan. On top of that, there is only one place I visit on a regular basis that does not have open wifi, so this device was a shoe in.
I reduced the device's score mostly because of the touchscreen being resistive instead of capacitive, which causes random screen presses sometimes when the device is in your pocket, but not locked.
I'd rather that the device used USB Mini, instead of USB Micro, but the adapters to change from one to the other are only about $1 on Amazon.
All in all, if you're looking for an Android device and don't want a smartphone or you want an iPod Touch, without iTunes or the restrictive and skitzophrenic Apple App store, this is the device for you!