I have done a quick port of the Orbiter to the SmartQ V7 tablet. I had originally bought this device to do next generation orbiter research, but until the Mali200 chip is supported, I will not be able to, so I decided to make it useful in the mean time...
It is an ARM based tablet running on the TeleChips TCC8902 System-on-a-Chip, giving roughly an ARMv7 core.
It has 256 Megabytes of RAM, and comes with a triple booting firmware for Linux, Windows CE 6, and Android 1.5.
The device itself is very rough, but very open. Not of the potential of the hardware is harnessed at the moment, for example the Mali200 3D accellerator present in the device is not supported. However the supplied VideoLAN player does have video codec accelleration for the on-board codec accelerator and HDMI output, hence the moniker of an HD MID.
This is an incomplete port, as it uses the NOKIA770 macros, and thus is missing the various screens for self setup on the Orbiter itself. I will not complete this port unless there is sufficient interest in me to pay for the 20 hours remaining to do the port.
With the port finished, it would allow:
* setup entirely on the device
* installation from the web admin, via a package
* nice icon for launching
* support for the hardware keys for pagination and playlist jumping.
A video is here: http://qik.com/video/5895272
Now, I am back to squashing that last asterisk bug.