Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils the iPad 2 on March 2 as the successor to Apple's popular tablet, the iPad. The tablet, which has a 9.7-inch display with LED backlighting, is thinner and lighter than its predecessor. Unlike the original iPad, the second-generation tablet has two cameras, one on the back and one on the font. The cameras support the FaceTime software, which allows users to video-call one another. The tablet comes in a Wi-Fi-only version and one that has both Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities. Unlike many of the tablets out there, the iPad 2 does not support Flash. In general, reviewers have liked the tablet's fast processor, known as the A5, its video-calling features, cover and battery life. As for negatives, Tsukayama says the cameras are "lousy for still photos." Reviewers have also noted the lack of extended memory slots. Retail price: The iPad 2 starts at $499.