I tried both the iPad 2 and Eee Pad before finally deciding on the Eee Pad. I liked the iPad 2 a bit more because some of the gestures are more intuitive to me than on the Eee Pad. For instance, if you pinch zoom on a video, it goes full screen on the iPad which is what I want to do when zooming a video. On Android, it just zooms as much as you spread your finger. To go full screen, I have to tap that tiny button on the corner of the video. That button is designed for mouse input and not touch input. Another example is the mouse over gesture. On the iPad, you just tap on the object that has a mouse over capability and it shows the mouse over action. Anyone know how to do a mouse over action on Android? It took me over a year before I finally found out here on these forums. You tap and hold, but before the long tap action occurs, you swipe your finger away. It does the mouse over and the side effect is that the screen scrolls. The reason I got the Eee Pad was for the keyboard dock. The Eee Pad by itself is not as good as the iPad by itself. The Eee Pad with the keyboard dock is better than the iPad with any keyboard attachment.