According to the chart posted in this thread, no.Originally Posted by SweetPoison
But let's face it, design and production schedules - based on the technology/components available at that time - will almost always result in someone being faster and better than the last guy. One will always end up comparing apples (no pun intended) to oranges. For the most part, I don't believe that the vast majority of users will even notice the difference in performances unless they do a detailed side-by-side comparison.
I love my iPad for what I bought it for - a worry free device for reading e-books and browsing the internet when I'm not tied down to a desk. However, it's not going to replace the power and utility of my desktop PC computers any time soon. With this in mind, there is definitely a place in the world for 'utility' tablets that have more flexibility and customization than what iPads and apple's closed architecture will allow. They may not be as pretty, but they will soon be quite powerful and capable of doing a lot more than what an iPad can do. There is certainly a future for other tablets - such as the Xoom. It may not happen immediately, and it may not be with the current model (or what any other company is currently developing). But it will happen a lot quicker than most people will think.