First do not attack me for suggesting that I like a competing tablet. I love my iPad. Of course, the iPad's primary purpose is to consume content, but I think it could improve its broader appeal if it adopted some features I have seen in the impressive Thinkpad Tablet by Lenovo, which is better suited for productivity and business users. I think the TPT contains a number of nice features that make it useful for work, but not play. First, the pen and inking capabilities exceed the iPad's. I like having a choice of using a pen to ink notes in meetings or maybe class, and I do not want to use my finger or a pogo stylus. I also like the direct access to the file subsystem that TPT users (and other Android tablet users, I guess) have. I like thin tablets, but I do not want to give up access to USB and SD card slots. The app store has a lot more software than the Android marketplace, but many of the same developers are porting versions of their iOS software for Android and the apps look the same and run the same so I am beginning to doubt that the app store will always be a competitive advantage for Apple. The TPT has convinced me that the hope of a Tablet replacing a laptop may become a reality soon, and I am unsure whether Apple or someone else will get there first. I think the TPT raises the bar for the iPad3.