Originally Posted by KevB
My family (me, wife and kids) owns 2 EVO's, a 2nd gen Touch, a 4th gen Touch, a HP netbook, a new ThinkPad and 2 desktops. I feel like a I have a feel for both Android and iOS, but the tablet experience is different, especially with Honeycomb. But the Touch is more intuitive for my kids than my EVO, and I'm guessing it would be a similar experience on the tablets.
Here is where I disagree. Android up until now never had any decent UI designs. I also have an EVO and Honeycomb is a completely different experience. Duarte joined Google from Palm and took over UI development starting with Honeycomb... so it's almost a totally new product in that regard.