A couple of weeks a fellow #raspberrypi irc channel user called ReggieUK suggested to those awfully nice chaps at Industrial ARMWorks Inc. that I might be a good person to get sent a FriendlyARM Mini210S (a Samsung S5PV210, based ARM Cortex ™-A8, running at 1GHz with 512MB RAM & 4GB onboard NAND Flash) to play with and break er I mean test, fix & port stuff to and being the awfully nice chaps that they are they agreed and it arrived today. Actually it arrived yesterday but the postman (never) rings once let alone twice so I didn't know until I checked the mailbox in the evening and saw the "we tried to deliver but you ignored us" note. I wandered up to the post office as soon as they were open this morning and picked it up and after removing a pair of furry critters from my desk I started to unpack it.
As well as the actual friendlyarm mini210s they included a few extras like hdmi cable, ethernet cable, sdio wifi card, a camera module, a small prototyping board,... (see i told you they are really nice chaps)
If you buy a mini210s from Industrial ARMWorks they include the touch screen display, power supply & the HDMI cable but I think the sdio wifi card, prototype board & the camera module are additional purchases.
After i've had a bit of a play with Android for a few days i'll be replacing the Android install on the onboard NAND to Linux but for now i'm having fun messing with Android as you'll be surprised to know this is my only Android based device other than my nookcolor which is still running the stock firmwware so is limited to the B&N store for apps.
So far after a few hours playing and messing around i'm really liking the Mini210S and i can think of quite a few projects I can use it for although we all know what one of the first things i'll do after installing Linux on it is build OpenCOBOL for it and run a few benchmarks yeah I know i'm completely nuts