Currently, the Firefox OS runs on the smart phones and it might eventually power some smart television screens as well, but this is the first showing of it on a larger-screen device.
The Foxconn Inc.-built prototype is not the highest-end tablet in the market by any other means, but it is not the worst thing available also. The specs are just released, which say it is going to have a 10-inch, 1280 x 800 display, smart 2GB of RAM, and also 16GB of internal storage paired to a powerful 1GHz quad-core processor.
In an age of high-pixel density displays, it would be pretty much difficult for this new comer device to compete with the Retina iPads, the Nexus 10, or the Nexus 7 devices, but that has never been Mozilla's goal for their platform. Instead, the somewhat acceptable display is more like a giveaway of the company's intention to go after the emerging markets.