This tablet is joining other Android tablets like the ColorFly CT132 in the "big enough to share" category. In this case we have a tablet based around a 13.3" (1280 x 800) screen. This is the same screen resolution as a lot of laptops as well as a couple other Android tablets.
But unlike a laptop or a similarly sized Windows tablet, the Cinema Tab has rather limited specs. It runs Android 4.1 on a dual-core 1.6GHz Rockchip CPU, and it ships with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of Flash storage, a microSD card slot, and a 2MP front-facing camera.
And as you can see in the photo below, this tablet has a kickstand.
This tablet also has a capacitive touchscreen, Wifi, Bluetooth, and 2 USB ports. The battery is specced at 1Ah, with an estimated battery life of around 5 hours. That seems a little unrealistic to me given the large size of the screen and relatively small battery.
This tablet weighs in at anywhere from 2.7 pounds to 3 pounds, depending on which product listing you read.
If you are thinking about getting this tablet, I would suggest that you look at the Archos Family Pad 2 instead. If nothing else Archos is frankly a more reliable brand. That tablet has almost the same specs, and it also has a second camera (2MP). This will present some interesting opportunities for unparalleled tablet photography.