Originally Posted by burningrave101
Android tablets win in price, not quality.
I'd match my Toshiba AT270 against my IPad 2 at any time with respect to quality. Build is better, it's lighter (mind you only a 7.7" screen), HDMI out, MIcro SD etc. Also much better screen quality for video playback (hard to beat Super AMOLED+). Sure the cheaper Android tablets (Nexus 7 for example) don't compare to Apple in build quality but then again they are much less expensive.
Didn't I just read an article that was linked here about how Apple uses glue to assemble the IPad Mini?
Every time I hear the Apple has better apps comment, I wonder who exactly decided this. I haven't yet found a need for one of my Android tablets that could not be fulfilled with an Android app. Sure there are more Apple apps to choose from but I am still waiting to see where they are better. Quantity does not equal better quality.
For example, try finding a good ereader app on the Apple. Their IBooks is average (at best). Stanza is so so and hasn't had an update in almost a year. On the Android side, Coolreader (which grabs series metadata), Aldiko, etc. And there are about 10 more great reading apps. For video playback, try playing an mkv file with an IPad without buying an app for it. Better yet, try putting video or books on the IPad without using ITunes as a hosting mechanism...