I'm interested in a very narrow selection of Android tablets. The 10.1 inch iPad clones with capacitive touchscreens are the only ones worth my time, so I'd like to start a thread considering the various features and selling points of the upcoming batch of tablets. The iPad is worth mentioning, simply because eventually someone will figure out how to hack Android into one. The specs, however, are inferior for the price ($499.) The Archos 101 is the most obvious contender, since Archos is a reputable vendor, and this isn't their first rodeo. They've got a proven support infrastructure and will actively maintain their products. It's got an A8 Processor, 256 MB ram, 8/16GB disk, and all the usual slots and radios. At $299 for the 8 GB version, it's a good buy. only 720p output. The Advent Vega doesn't have the same level of support infrastructure as Archos, but it certainly isn't a fly-by-night operation. They'll probably have good support, and the hardware in the Vega is nothing to smirk at. It's got an A9 dual core processor, 512 MB RAM, 512 MB storage, a 3G slot, and a 4GB SD card. 1080p output, so you can watch HD video. The lack of significant built in storage space is a downer for me; I'll want at least 8GB built in storage for files and apps. At $392 USD, it's definitely a good buy, and the more powerful hardware will sway some who might settle for less power for more storage. The big contender I'm seeing right now is the Flatpad A10T - It's got the A9 dual core processor, 1GB memory, 8 GB storage, and 1080p output. It looks like the all around winner, even though the company is relatively new. At $395, it's the most expensive, but it's also the most feature complete and future proof of the bunch. Are there any others that compare to these 3? $250 to $500 price range. Thanks!