One of the easiest criticism to lay against the Apple iPad is the lack of a front-facing camera, for use with video chat apps.
Well, get a load of this, Apple: the Maylong M-150 has a front-facing camera. Of course, it doesn't include any video chat software, or access to any via the app market. You could root it and try to sideload Qik or Fring, but there's no guarantee of driver support. No, really the only thing the camera here gives you is the ability to take pictures of yourself.
The lesson here: don't assume that a front-facing camera means a tablet is capable of video chat. If Market support isn't there, these VGA cams offer little more than unflattering portraits.