I'll buy one, it has faster graphics hardware so games will perform better, and have better graphics. And two cameras for recording and videoconferencing will be useful for me, since I no longer like Skype that much.
I did not buy the first generation, and I wanted it.
I will buy the second generation. But this iPad2 doesn't "feel" like a second generation.
However, my parents want a quick browse device that's not heavy on the wrists, and they like the iphone4, but the screen is too small.
I might just get this one for myself, let them use it as well. And let them keep it when I upgrade to the iPad3.
If you have an iPad1, I wouldn't even consider upgrading to iPad2, unless it's a $99 upgrade ..
Not me. I have an iPhone and I don't think Apple has done a good job explaining to me why I need one. They seem content to let people go on thinking it's a big iPhone. What does it do that I can't already do? You know?
And even if I did, price would be an issue, I'd rather have a regular computer or notebook for the same price.