7" display 30-pin dock connector, NOT 24-pin. Memory size 256MB Model number: generic FW ver. Android 2.2 Kernel ver. 2.6.29-00236-g4f8dbbb-dirty Build WMT2.1.2 I doubted the authenticity of the FW version, so I installed OSBuildReader and the app showed info about donut (?!). Build.ID = Donut Build.Fingerprint = generic/generic/generic/:1.6/Donut/eng.howayhuo.20101108. 164929:user/test-keys I am now inclined to believe that the manufacturer faked info in the About Device to increase sale. If they can do this, how else are we going to check for the actual FW version in the future? - - Reading about bricking of tablets belonging to various models and builds, I have been wondering why those who know how to tweak have not come up with scripts that are able to backup FW/ROM. I bricked my first tablet trying to flash it with rooted FW/ROM. I bricked a second tablet by simply installing a theme for ADW Launcher. It's that scary. =( Therefore, having a copy of your original factory FW/ROM is as essential as having a copy of your computer OS for recovery purposes. I am not familiar with Android programming. Perhaps, it is more difficult to create backup scripts than performance-enhancing scripts? Nevertheless, I believe having backup scripts is more important than having performance-enhancing scripts. I hope those who are able to make backup scripts will be kind enough to share them with us.