Having just returned from a local BestBuy, after perusing the iPad 2/3/4/mini display units, featuring 16/32/64GB storage, and WiFi/Cellular (3G/4G) connectivity, I was perplexed why there are no Android tablets that can even come close to the iPad, feature for feature. What I mean is this. Provide to me the manufacturer and model of any single Android tablet, 8.9" or larger, that has: 1) A rear facing camera 2) Ability to support up to 64GB of storage. 3) High resolution screen (meaning greater than 1280 x 800 pixels) 4) 3G or 4G connectivity There is not a single Android tablet available in the USA that can claim having ALL of these features...features that have been part of the iPad for 9 months now. I was tempted to purchase a iPad 4, but was turned away by its interface. Android unquestionably has iOs6 beat, but the failure of hardware manufacturers to even come close to a device that has all of the above features totally amazes me. I am using a 25 month old 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab, with 3G connectivity, and a rear facing camera, and microSDCard support. It is getting long in the tooth, and I've been wanting to replace it with something larger. But not a single Android tablet exists that has all of the 4 features that I would expect from a tablet that wishes to compete with a 9 month old iPad. The ASUS Transformer Infinity TF700 seemed like it would be the ticket, but alas, after 4 months on the market, ASUS shows no sign of releasing a 3G/4G device. The Nexus 10 seemed hopeful, except it offers no 3G/4G and maxes at 32GB. I'm am simply amazed that no manufacturer can release a device in the USA that matches a 9 month old iPad.