I'm surprised there isn't a thread on this already. Tomorrow Apple will unveil its much-rumored tablet device. I'll definitely be clicking "refresh" a lot on several tech blogs. The expectations are extremely high--it seems impossible that Apple could fulfill them. Would I get one? That depends. Here's what would convince me to shell out for it: -Internet connection through 3G or 4G network with no monthly cost, or at least a monthly cost that is more in the $20/month range. I've already got a big phone bill, I can't see adding another hefty monthly charge. -Ability to play all existing iPhone games, but on a larger screen. Access to much of the iPhone app library. Promise of more tablet-specific apps and games on the way. -Ability to play audio and video content with iTunes. -Access to the largest e-book library of any similar device out there--both for pay, and for free (access to google books' library for example). -Agreements in place with several print media distributors such as NYT, WaPo, SI, etc. etc. All the major magazines, basically, for a fee of 0 for their regular on-line content and a small fee for their print-only content. -$800 or less. My expectations are probably far too high; and even if fulfilled, I don't exactly have the cash for one right now. I'm a grad student, so I don't have a lot of time to do a lot of reading besides things for school (and the books I need to read for my dissertation are certainly not e-books, most of them anyway). Anyone else have any hopes/expectations for this device?