BMorn is Chinese consumer electronic company, best known for its GPS systems and PMP products. Now they’ve gone the Android tablet way, creating the slate that you can see in action in the video below. The BMorn 8.9 inch tablet runs Android 1.6, based on a RockChip ARM processor.

This is not an impressive product by any means, but still it’s part of the tablet avalanche we’re seeing in 2010. Apparently, this device handles 720p video playback, but it’s an early prototype so cooler features could come later. Its price should be around $200-$250.

[via Phandroid]