Okay, so I bought the Coby Kyros 7024 after concerns about multiscreen/multizone use on RR and CF. Nothing better for multizone than a computer/tablet for each zone, in theory. I ended up spending much more than I initially planned, and I'm still not sure about this.
Alright so the tablet arrived, it's my first Android device, comes with Froyo. It kind of sucks badly as a tablet, mostly due to the resistive screen. Not impressed with Froyo so far, expected more (why everybody wanted Froyo so bad, what were they using before? OMG...). Lots of odd little things all around, but I don't like to download apps from the Amazon app store (like tasker) and I can't install it no matter what.
The size is perfect for everyday use, I wanted to use it at all times, one hand operaton only. I'm realy looking forward to a 7" personal tablet in the future, but with capacitive screen. So far the HTC Flyer and the Playbook look tempting, except for the price.
However, as a headrest screen, this Coby is more than passable. Side by side with my once $400+ 500nit Xenarc (also resistive) 700TSV, this sub $200 tablet it's not bad at all. You have more contrast and brightness on the Coby unit (go figure), but more glare (guess they saved on AG coating, but had a much brighter panel to start with). Bad viewing angles for both. However, it was way cheaper than a brand new vga/touch screen (except for the MiniTouch), but you'll also won't get multiscreen/multizone issues to deal with - CF in particular has been very frustrating to me.
Installed Mario Bros, Angry Birds Rio, etc. from the Appslibs market, it all works smoothly. Surprising playable on the resistive screen, but that's it. The on screen keyboard is really bad, but I blame the resistive screen.
Biggest issue for me so far is that it requires 9v input. It would be so much simpler if it were 5v or 12v...