Meh, I already have a better Android tablet. Amazon is being pretty mum on technical specs, probably because it isn't packing anything worth talking about. The only thing that makes this device at all interesting is the integration with Amazon's cloud services. Still, it sounds like a heavily locked down device, no access to the standard Android market, etc. I'll pass.
Still, what I want and what most consumers seem to want has proven to be rather different in the past.
I am sort of interested in the new Kindle Touch (good to see e-ink is still alive and well), but I'm a pissed that they made absolutely no mention of the fact that the $99 price point was for the ad-supported version. It's not until you actually try to buy the thing that you find out that you have to pay and extra $40 if you don't want ads. I don't care if they want to make an ad-supported version, but at least mention that you're talking about the ad-supported one when you announce the price point!