Pros Definitely wins on thinness and portability. It is very easy to hold and grip. Despite contrary belief that Android tablets have less apps than Apple, you will find all the necessary apps that you will ever need from the new Google Play Store.
Cons The only minor CONS I saw were the slightly bulkier charger connector and a very seldom lag in certain apps. However, that can happen in any tablet or app. With Google Earth, for example, it runs extremely smooth! Android 4.0 should help with lag.
Summary All in all, this tablet is a winner and once Ice Cream Sandwich is available for it, the experience will be even better. I have also handled the iPad as well as other various tablets, and this one takes the cake in style, design, and portability. I've seen previous reviews mentioning the edges of this tablt and how they feel differently. However, it feels great in my hands and super light. There is nothing digging into my hands at all! Tablet buyers, if you are weary to buy this product due to its lack of 4G then no worries. You can easily tether this tablet wirelessly to your smartphone with a plan similar in price to one's offered specifically for a 4G tablet; Way to go Toshiba!