I have an iphone and an Asus EEE transformer 10.1, complete with detachable keyboard. I do not like being tied to Apple which was the main reason I bought an android tab. As Nezih says, forget PP on a tablet, the screen is too small at 10.1", editing apps are limited in use, and my pad, being the first from Asus is a bit dated, even with the latest Android 4 installed. It does have 16GB internal memory, a 32GB micro SD slot in the pad, a 32GB SD card slot in the keyboard and a second battery in the keyboard which charges the pad when required. No need to use the cloud for storage, unless you have huge storage requirements.
I have limited needs, but I think pads are good for viewing photos, music, lots of various apps, angry bids for my grandchildren and above all for me, books. I have all the Minolta/Sony and G. L. Friedman's camera manuals in pdf (IMO, best for reading books with lots of photos) and numerous ebooks (I prefer Kindle mobi format.)
There is a free app on Google play that allows you to connect to your computer wirelessly. Very handy not having to dig out a usb cable and you can sit anywhere in the house.
From all accounts including the latest stock news, apple is losing the race, but that could/will change overnight.