What's with all the negativity? For those of you who want an iPad, then go buy one already and stop with the kvetching. Now--on to my review! Pros: relatively light, compact, easy-to-use, idiot-proof. Cons: a tad heavy (but not impossible), not enough cool cases to match--it's ok, I'll make my own I got this as a replacement "auxiliary brain" for my job as a school librarian/sysop. I have to remember test dates, login and password stuff, and I also like to blog on the fly and answer questions on the fly too. This tablet is perfect FOR ME. I can carry it in my purse. The first thing I did was import my Kindle library (and I love my Kindle), but then I also downloaded stuff for NOOK and Alkido. I also went out to the Android market and got some anti-virus for it, just in case. I intend to use this to also help my Seniors with Sesnior Project videos. I like that there is a spot for external memory. Just a heads-up to Dell--why aren't you guys marketing this thing to educators and boards of ed.? Look, folks, e-books are here to stay. If I were a teenager, I'd want one of these with all my textbooks on it, and I'd beg my parents to spring for the extra bluetooth keyboard to make note-taking easier. Why lug around a laptop that mysteriously gains weight when you can just pop this li'l cutie in your purse and use it instead? I just wish Android would make more stuff in the ed. market for older students, such as middle and high school students. This thing has pretty good sound quality, too. Video's not too shabby either. I like it! I like it a lot!