I'm looking for a tablet to replace my netbook as my to-go piece of technology. My current primarily piece of technology is an Acer aspire one (the older one, KAV60). I use it all the time, it does everything I need, and I carry it everywhere. That's where we get to the problem, the 10.1" netbook is too big for a pocket, basically necessitating a backpack. I got an extended battery for it (makes it heavier, but I no longer have to carry the charger). My battery life is about 7-8 hours at low brightness with wifi on (all I use), with less for video. I want it to be: 7"-8" (fit in a jean pocket) As durable as a phone (fine for a 3 foot drop onto hardwood, minimum) Capacitive touch-screen wi-fi enabled I want it to be able to: Open/edit word/excel documents Watch hulu/netflix and use flashI would also like it to have: Full-size USB port for keyboard, thumb drive. Support webcam if it doesn't have a built-in (not super important, either way, I'll still have the netbook for video calls) I think that's pretty much all of my needs. I'm not entirely sure what android 2.1/2.1/2.3 differences are. DEFINITELY want pocket sized, though. I'm currently looking at these: X10.com - AirPad 7" Android Tablet PC running Android 2.3, with Flash 10.1 with a 7" 800x480 resolution TFT LCD Capacitive multi-touch, 5 point touch screen. Haipad M8 - 8 inch 1.3GHz Processor Android Tablet Nook color w/ android put on it Random chinese tablets on ebay? Please inform me, experienced tablet-people. Price- up to $250, less as possible. EDIT: I'd also consider front and rear facing cameras and GPS as awesome features.