My 21st is in July, and I'm considering getting an Android tablet. However, I can't quite justify getting one. I have a laptop that's a year old, it's fairly decent, so I do the majority of my computing work on here, such as creating documents, image editing, programming, web development etc. etc., and I have a PS3 for my 'serious' gaming, although my computer can run most modern games on medium settings. I'm in university, so at the moment my reasons for getting an Android tablet (most probably the ASUS EEE Pad Transformer, unless anyone has any other options for me) is that there are office apps to buy from the market, or even Google Docs to use for note taking/basic document creation, internet browsing, media; music, video and light gaming (Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja etc.), and the ability to carry it around with me, including it's use on long car rides/plane travel etc. Do you think that they're good enough reasons to buy one, and are there any other reasons that can sway me into getting an Android tablet? How long would the tablet I mentioned be 'high-spec', and how long would I most likely have it for? I don't want to get one that I have for like a year and then I'd need to look at another one. I've also looked at the iPad 2, and that temped me with iWorks. Then I realised that the iPad is boring and Android is way better.