Originally Posted by Shock Me
$250, WiFi (only but no contract), MicroSD, Flash, Android OS 2.1, screen is not as glossy as Tab or iPad. Although mostly an e-Reader, it has a browser and will soon have its own Apps with more plentiful properly-sized screen elements that fit in a 7-inch display while staying finger-zed.
The Galaxy Tab is faster and more responsive with Android OS 2.2 underneath, but we'll see how it goes when B&N updates the Nook Color. Even then the processor might be a bit faster.
Unless you need the larger screen elements for things like text entry, or your hands are too big for the HTC EVO, I suggest waiting until Google ships a tablet optimized version of Android OS.
I won't be upgrading my iPad until wireless download speeds are consistently over 3Mbps (WiMax or LTE) at which time I will use the larger battery to stay online a bit longer than I can with my Sprint Overdrive 3G/4G (2 hours of streaming video completely wireless).
In the mean time, I'll be enjoying AirPlay (iPhone to AppleTV to Samsung).
Things to like about Android:
The option to burn battery life running Flash 10.1 (I might be plugged in)
Glance-able data on the lock screen (always wanted current weather and some notifications without jail-breaking)
Pinch to expose all home screens (after 3 pages swiping gets old [although folders dropped me down to two home screens])
SD with external slot (OK this is even messed up on Android since most use MicroSD) sneaker net is still good for large documents and video files from laptops and cameras
Better access to the filesystem (as opposed to no access) sharing and synching of files as well as both program and files states on the iPad could be much better
Things to like about iPad:
More apps optimized for larger screen (plus universal apps)
Amazing battery life which makes it more mobile than 7-inch form factor despite its larger size
Lots of 3rd-party accessories available
More room for 10 points of interaction when placed on supporting surface
Airplay to HDTV (Although I think the iPad should be an actual Airplay device itself [why no DLNA?])
Veggie Samurai with 8 fingers!