I've been disturbed by the way nobody's talking about the Nexus 7 in terms of environmental impact, recyclability and repairability, materials sourcing ethics, etc.
If this were an Apple product reviews would be all over the manufacturer trying to trace the sourcing of minerals and components, verify there was provably no use of illegally mined Congolese minerals, checking into the manufacturer and assembler's workforce and pollution credentials, etc.
Since it's a cheap Google tablet, it's all "Shiny toy. I'm going to buy one. Now what can I do with it?"
I'm saddened that - especially in the free software and open source community - there isn't more concern over the waste, pollution, and human rights abuses that often make these devices possible.
I'm as tempted by one of these as anyone, especially as I won't touch Apple's locked down walled-garden stuff, but I'm not willing to consider one until Google show that they're willing to think about the production impact of their products.