Well, let us face the reality. The iPad is far better compared to a Netbook. The iPd has more features than the netbook. The iPad has also a wider screen. The design of the iPad is perfect.
Uh...that's not even close to true. I have a Sony Vaio P series netbook that has a screen that's smaller with a much better resolution, USB ports, VGA and CAT-5 ports with a much smaller footprint, half the weight of the iPad, 4 times the storage and runs Windows 7 which is almost infinitely more capable than the OS on the iPad. That netbook replaced a now years old tablet that had a touchscreen, ran Windows XP great, also had a ton of ports and was also lighter than the iPad with a lot more storage and nearly the same resolution at the same screen size. I'm not knocking the iPad or it's OS, it's nice and I bought one, but let's not get carried away. It's not all that novel, it's not a netbook, it's not a notepad, it's not a laptop and compared to a full featured OS like Windows, it's extremely restrictive. I'd categorize it as between an iPhone and a netbook, closer to the iPhone.
You should check your facts before you post stupid shit like this. That POS Sony Vaio P weighs 1.3 pounds...last time I checked that't not half of 1.5 pounds. Reviewers got 2h15 minutes battery life, what a joke! iPad reviewers are getting between 11 and 12 hours. iPad is much cheaper at $499 versus $799 for this garbage.
Here's a question for you Netbook fanboys.....how long does it take you to fire up your netbook, launch your browser and load your home page? I'm laughing out loud just at the thought of that. It's. fucking. slow. I've set up and used numerous different types of Netbooks for the staff I support. I keep telling them not the buy these fucking things, and they insist on doing it, then complain after a week of having it that it's retardedly slow.