According to Walt Mossberg in this weeks AllThingsD and the Wall Street Journal:
It’s a serious alternative to the iPad and one that will be preferred by some folks. It includes the three most-requested features missing in the iPad: a camera (two in fact); the ability to run Web videos and applications written in Adobe’s Flash software; and multitasking, though, to be fair, the latter feature is coming to the iPad imminently via a software update.
Does this mean the iPad faithful should think about switching? I don't think so. But what this means is the race for apps and app revenue is on, and it also means that companies that are also in the Web Conferencing space need to add the Android OS to their mix. Personally, I love using Citrix OnLine's GoToMeeting (client) as it has streamlined my life when using only an iPad. Like GoToMeeting, Fuze on the Android has VoIP as part of it, so the need for only one device remains.