If you've been itching to buy an Android-powered device but don't want to change wireless providers, you're in luck - sort of. A prototype touchscreen device called the Giinii Movit Mini has shown up at CES, and the folks at Gizmodo got to play with it.
To clear up any confusion, this is not a mobile phone. The Movit is just a touchscreen device that runs on the Android operating system. In that respect, it's sort of like comparing the iPhone to the iPod Touch - the Movit is a sort of "Android Touch", if you will.
As stated, this is just a prototype and could undergo massive changes before it's actually ready for prime time. There is a price floating around, however; $149. Without having more detailed specs on the Movit, it's hard to say if that price is fair, so we'll reserve judgment.