Glad you like it
. I did get a chance to use a Galaxy Tab 10.1 and liked how much thinner it was. I did feel that the tab was actually a slight bit faster.... don't ask me why but it did. If using one of the two as a reader, i'd recommend the tab for the weight/size difference. Its just that little bit lighter to make it comfortable over a longer period of time of holding it up.
I also was gifted a Motorola Xoom "Folio". I like the material its made out of, how it protects the device is great. A few issues I have with it.......
1.) Does not like to be folded over like the back pages of a book (The instructions suggest that this is a function that the Folio "supports"). All they needed to do was make the edge thinner or some sort of pre-folded seam so that it folds over like its meant to.
2.) You cannot use the Motorola Xoom docking station for charging or alarm mode... How did they overlook this? Just add a rubberized pull out like you see on some phone ports.
3.) I love the ability to use it as a stand for watching movies/ect. However there are only 3 notches, so sometimes the angles aren't ideal. On top of this the grooves are much wider than the thickness of the tablet so a good little bit of movement and the tablet wont stay in the groove or it moves around while watching movies. Its fine on a flat stationary surface, but when I was on a 6 1/2 flight back from Hawaii the device moved way to much. The solution would be to make deeper, thinner grooves and more of them to allow the consumer more angles to place the device in.
It sure beats the hell out of carrying it around bare or in one of those excuses of a "Cover" the little colored rubberized cases, can't stand those things as they move on the device way to much.