Rockchip now provides a Set-top-box reference design based on their new RK2918 ARM Cortex-A8 processor. This could power upcoming Google TV on ARM for cheap.
The ARM Cortex-A9 AmLogic 800Mhz Single Core solution seems to be cheap.
They dual-boot a type of embedded Linux for video playback and they also do Android on the TV.
They are presenting a RK2918 capacitive 7" tablet.
They make 7", 8" and 10" Android AmLogic ARM Cortex-A9 800Mhz Single Core tablets.
They make Marvell and Freescale based tablets.
Telechips 8803 ARM Cortex-A8 tablets running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Some of those cheap ARM Powered laptops, but still ARM11 based.
Rockchip is moving strongly into bringing high-end smartphone functionality into the $200-$300 mid-range smartphone pricing, with 3G support and more. They are also providing their RK2818 series for sub-$100 Android smartphones with ARM9 performance.
Eken shows their newest Android tablets, they also have a nice looking Honeycomb logo at their booth, but no Honeycomb actually in sight. I guess we're all just waiting waving the honeycomb flags until the Google decides to bring it to us all.