"A disruptive technology that's still finding a purpose."3.5 starson by blueOrbit
Pros: Apple-quality construction. Lighter than a laptop and bigger than a smartphone. Fast "boot-up". Slick, intuitive, and familiar interface. You can pretty much type away in the landscape keyboard like it's a real keyboard.
Cons: Still no "retina" display. Printing is a little tricky. No support for Flash. Camera quality.
Summary: There's nothing I can say here that hasn't already been mentioned a million times over so I'll keep it brief.
To anyone worried about the camera, which is cheap, think about whether or not you're REALLY going to be holding up a 10", 1.3 lb, tablet to take pictures that you care about. The camera is clearly intended for FaceTime chat and that's it.
I wish it supported Flash, but more and more websites have Flash-free versions now that it's not as big of a problem as I thought.
I also wish the iPad 2 had come with Retina Display, but I can understand how that may have been too much of a cost roadblock.
I'm seriously considering a desktop now for my next real PC as I don't see myself carrying around a laptop when I can do pretty much everything I need on the iPad. For work, that's not the case, but for personal trips, I could easily get by with this.
The only thing I can suggest to anyone considering and iPad is go the Apple Store, or even Best Buy, and play with one.