I just got an iPad, and am trying to learn to like it.
So far, it's limitations seem to outweigh it's strengths. First, it doesn't really work like a Mac. There is no dock, no Finder, no 'drag and drop'. There is Mail, but it really doesn't work like Mail; there is Safari, but it really doesn't work like Safari; there is iPhoto, but it really doesn't work like iPhoto.
Let's take iPhoto for example. With the iPad untethered to another computer, I can not - from iPhoto within iPad alone - create 'albums', re-group events', move images from one event to a new event, etc. There may be work-arounds -- because there sure are a lot of apps available! But doesn't that itself say something telling about the limits of iPad, that you have to have dozens of apps to make it work like you want it to doesn't seem to me to be a good thing.
Over the years one of the best things about Mac's was that they just worked -- right out of the box! And they all worked the same way! Not so with iPad, or so it seems to me.
What am I missing?