I just bought this Chinese knock-off counterfeit Android tablet. I had a look at the early models available but they were really not worth the (little) money asked for them, but this one was actually quite usable, not great but ok for $80 US. The tablet is 7", has SAMSUNG written on the front and back, but "About Tablet" says: Rk29SDK Model number: SONY Q7 Android version 4.0.3 Kernel version: 3.0.8 yuxg@yuxg-desktop#135 Build number: H.K-2012 The CPU appears to be a armeabi-v7a Hardware: rk29board As I mentioned, it's obviously not really a Galaxy Tab, but for the price it's ok, but it does have some quirks. For example, some internal memory is mounted on the /sdcard mount point. Actual sdcards inserted are mounted on /mnt/external_sd. It works ok for apps that don't mind using that path, but some apps only want to look at /sdcard, so it would be practical if I could symlink /mnt/external_sd to /sdcard - but I need root for that, hence the need to root the device. Anyone have any experience with at least rooting this device? If there's any ROM cooking going on for this device I'd love to hear about it as well.