iPad 2 poll on Facebook Questions: The people speak!

We know CNET UK readers are a fearless, forthright bunch that never shies away from confronting the burning issues of the age, so we asked: are you going to buy an Apple iPad 2?

We know CNET UK readers are a fearless, forthright bunch that never shies away from confronting the burning issues of the age, so you were the first people we turned to to answer that quintessential question of the day: are you going to buy an Apple iPad 2?

We asked the question on our official Facebook page, where we created a poll special, like. Click here to vote or see the current results, or keep reading for the first hundred results.

So far, more than a hundred people have replied. 12 per cent said yes, they would splash out on Apple's next-generation tablet. 13 per cent of respondents said they couldn't make up their mind, and 10 per cent said they didn't know what an iPad was -- but we don't know how they could be on Facebook when they clearly live on the moon.

But the iPad 2 backlash has clearly begun, because a whopping 65 per cent of you said no, you would not buy an iPad 2. Take that, Apple!

We created the poll using Facebook Questions, a new feature that allows you to quiz your friends. You can create your own polls, call for recommendations, or seek information. When you ask or answer a question your friends can see it in their news feed.

For those of you who answered yes about the iPad 2, let us help you decide which model to go for . If you answered no, maybe one of these Android tablets is for you. And if you're undecided, see how the iPad 2 measures up against Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 -- or against the the original iPad .

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Rich Trenholm is a senior editor at CNET where he covers everything from phones to bionic implants. Based in London since 2007, he has travelled the world seeking out the latest and best consumer technology for your enjoyment.

 

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