Tablet Comparisons

I'd like to see a comparison of Android to iOS to Windows tablets.

What major functionality is missing from each?

Some of these tablets just seem to be over-grown Nintendo DSs with plenty of junk game downloads available.

One thing I've found with my Android tablet (Iconia) is the lack of Netflix capability and no fully-functioning Skype (it reboots Honeycomb when I try to connect on a video call). Also, Android has issues connecting to Enterprise networks. Why wouldn't they include this functionality.

If I had known that ahead of time, I would never have bought it.
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  1. Pretty good feature request. I'll pass it along!
  2. I second this request. I recently purchased an Acer w500, and while I am quite happy with it, it took me a long time to find the right tablet for me.
  3. dalethepcman said:
    I second this request. I recently purchased an Acer w500, and while I am quite happy with it, it took me a long time to find the right tablet for me.

    You can run Netflix on the Windows tablet, right?

    Can you also run Xfinity or HBO2Go on it?

    I've seen people watching every one of these things on their iPods and here I am with the mega-touch device and totally capable hardware with none of this capability.

    Must be an Android limitation? Maybe Google doesn't make nice with other large companies?
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