Although the picture on the Honhai CT-PMP58A portable media player product page looks like it was done in MSPaint, the 5.7-inch unit does have one interesting feature (presuming it's a real product): the ability to play VOB files, the raw format in which video is stored on DVDs. That means that instead of transcoding DVDs into different, smaller formats to play on the PMP, you could instead just drop the whole DVD onto the internal 30GB hard drive. Granted, you'd only be able to get three or four on there before the drive filled up, but you'd also get all the extended features and whatnot that often gets sheared off when ripping a DVD to another format.
Somehow I have a feeling they didn't pay any licensing fees to Warner Bros. for that Harry Potter image, either. (Thanks, Irving!)
Read - Product Page [MicroCTC]
Update: Here are some pictures of the actual device. (Thanks, Johan!))
Look - Product Page [Chitat-Electronics]