I noticed that it doesn't mention anything about internal storage size. Also no note about what processor or video card are powering this thing. No HD support (as far as I can tell anyway). All the spec sheets say that it comes with Android 2.1 (Eclair), not Android 2.2 (FroYo). Looks like standard SD-card as well, not micro-SD, so be aware of that.http://www.kokeytechnology.com/wireless-gadgets/3333-zte-light-cheap-7-inch-android-tablet-pc-with-os-2-1-release-date-and-price/http://www.engadget.com/2010/10/12/zte-announces-7-inch-zte-light-android-tablet/
For the cost of an Archos 70, and all the differences between the two... I would just suggest the A70 over this guy. Yes it has GPS and alleged "Native Android Market Support", but the market hack is easy, and GPS doesn't really change the game that much for a 7" device (maybe it does for you, but doesn't do anything for me).
Oh, and btw... The A70 250GB model is $350, but the ZTE doesn't offer internal storage of any kind. So if you were comparing prices on these, you would be better off comparing the A70 8GB model, which is only $275, and gives you 8GB more storage than the ZTE. Comparing a 250GB model device, to a device with no internal storage really isn't fair to either of them.