I don't have one, and it's unlikely that I will have any tablet, ever.
Touchscreens are a regression in human interfaces. Yes, it's more intuitive than a mouse, but it lacks any way to even emulate buttons after the first, "cursor" positioning is imprecise at best, and worst of all there's just no substitute for a keyboard.
Now that the market is correcting itself, Oremus can finally reveal the sad truth about tablets that many here knew at first sight of the iPad: tablets are for consumption, not production. Jobs thought his reality distortion field could hide that, but it's been powered off for a while now. Tablet sales are slipping because the hype is over and the masses are realizing that they need to get stuff done, so back to laptops they go.