Pros screen, 5mp camera, nice design
More ram (1 gig)
Cons the photos (taken w/ rear iSight camera are good but once you zoom in/crop its become fuzzy
TERRIBLE front camera
weight ok but heavy w/ cases or covers
Processor (A5X) same speed as Ipad 2 (1GHz ), still good though :)
Summary upgraded form iPad 1, and so far love it.
its noticeably heavier when compare DIRECTLY with ipad 2 (otherwise feels the same)
Pros stable device
Cons cost and the factory issues
Summary Interesting that no other tablet maker has the desire or ability to really challenge the ipad. I really enjoy mine, but I do see that Haleron has a new 9.7 inch tablet with 10+ hours of usability and Android 4.0. They call it the Antares, nice styling BTW. The Haleron Tablet uses the same Display as the iPad, dual cameras, 1GB RAM and all at half the price I paid for my iPad. But really, for me, it is the content that Apple offers that makes the difference. I believe if an Android maker goes with content offers, they could have a competitive device.
Pros -Good Screen
Cons -Not an overhaul from iPad 2
-Gets uncomfortably hot using any sort of game that take advantage of retina display
-Rather Ugly Warm Discoloration (Compared to iPad 2)
-Over priced for very few improvements over iPad 2
-NO Customization What So Ever
Summary I would not recommend this to anyone. If you are a die-hard Apple fan boy, Get the iPad 2. If not, wait a bit for the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. Superior in nearly every single way. In short, don't get suckered in by Apple's so-called "New" iPad.