So, I've been looking at Android-powered tablets lately, as I've been interested in developing for them the minute I heard that they were being worked on. In my opinion, the current-gen tablets still have a lot of growing pains to go through.
The best-looking tablet I've seen thus far seems to be the ViewSonic G-Tablet. Of course, getting a workable interface and access to the standard Android Marketplace seems to be a real headache (it involves flashing the system and using a community-provided hack). The specs, features, etc. are all there, but the software is crippled unless you do a lot of hackery.
There are tablets that have it in the software (default access to Google Market), or in the hardware (Tegra2 processors, multi-touch, etc.), but never both (and a lot of times not either one).
Does anyone think there are any next-gen tablets that will finally get it "right"? Or do you think it will be a while until we get an Android tablet that doesn't come with hoops in the box with the instructions, "jump through"?