On the plus side, developers take note: If you're one of the first 20 to submit an application, you can win $100 off for the device. At least they're thinking about developers. :)
A new Android device is a good thing. It shows even further support for the platform. However, it is fragmenting the market by creating yet another device with a different specifications and a new market for getting Android apps. Does the good outweigh the bad? Is it really that hard to get the Google add-ons, including Android Market? Will Android Market ever break off from the Google add-ons and provide a really good, cross-device experience for both end-users and developers?