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Yeah, it's incredible. For US$190, one can acquire a very slick little device that plays music, videos, connects to wifi networks, and cruises the web. And it's pocket-sized. And it doesn't require a monthly service fee.
Far be it from me to praise Apple -- frankly, I think they behave badly in the tech community. (But here I am, about to buy another of their products.)
There's the Nokia tablets. The latest one is a phone, but the older ones aren't. The Maemo system they run is Linux, based on Debian, and unlike Android Maemo uses mostly standard stuff, like X and GTK. I've never actually used them, but if you want a portable device that runs Linux, it may be your best option.