I have a Motorola Xoom. I am no Android fanboi and really, really wanted something in the Windows universe, for 2 very specific value adds beyond what the Xoom does for me: (1) The ability to play wmv files directly w/o transcoding etc. (2) OneNote (with a real client) Although it does those 2 things, unfortunately the Samsung Series 7 Slate didn't meet my needs, and it's been returned. * The lack of finger-friendly pan and zoom in the browser (any browser!) is a deal-breaker. Opera Mobile is almost there but is unusable (see other thread) and just doesn't play nice as a Windows app (takes up whole screen, has a goofy keyboard of its own taking half the screen, etc.) IE, Firefox etc. can respond to multi-touch gestures but their zooming is not the same thing as a tablet-style continuous zoom. * The 1366x768 resolution doesn't work as well for me as 1280x800. I frequently do things in portrait mode and the extra height is less valuable than extra width * Virtual keyboard needs to constantly be brought up manually instead of just popping up automatically. Pinning it takes up real estate and is terrible in landscape mode * When rotating, I can't keep the task bar where I want it (on the side in landscape, on the bottom in portrait) * Can't power it on just to glance at the clock. It takes a few seconds to resume from sleep. And no alarm clock running above the lock screen * Battery burn on standby of about 1% every couple of hours, and short battery life in general * I find it too unwieldy in terms of size. A smaller tablet works better for me for things like 2-thumb typing while holding it ... and a bunch of other little things. When Win8 really comes, I'm sure Windows tablets will be fantastic. But I am not going to keep a $1000 investment for that eventuality that is still months or years off. By then there will be a huge variety of tablets with possibly better specs etc. I wanted to love it, and I did in some ways, but I struggle to see how this slate or any Win7 slate really competes *as a tablet* (it's great as a "tablet PC" or ultra-mobile PC -- not the same thing).