Jeff, I guess it depends on which camera you have and want to view the shots from. How you go about transfering the shots over? I'd suggest looking at the Samsung Gallaxy Tab range - 7 or 10 possibly... certainly wouldn't recommend just getting one (any tablet!) without having some hands on first in a shop
I tried the Nexus 7 a little while ago - I put up a topic for assistance in choosing a tablet. The first one I got developed a small crack in the screen. It looked like a fine hair stuck to the screen but turned out to be a crack. Later 'research' on a forum for the Nexus revealed that some seem to be prone to this issue.
I managed to get it replaced but was undecided about changing it for a Samsung Gallaxy Tab 7. I went again for the Nexus due to the 'sales person' not being able to tell me that the SGT7 takes a micro sd card up to 32 Gb! Anyway, i couldn't get on with the Nexus trying to copy stuff across from the laptop (music etc.,) so I took it back for the SGT7 and I've been much happier with that - having a Samsung Gallaxy II was a help
One issue I had at the beginning though was setting up for images etc., to be stored on to the (micro) SD card rather than the internal memory - although 8Gb it is only around 4Gb because of the system requirements.
I think it is possible to connect via USB to an external hard drive and view 'content' that way but I have yet to get a female to female USB connector to confirm this... the Gallaxy Tab has a slot for the charger/USB lead that is similar (but not quite the same) as an iPad rather than a mini USB. Sorry if that sounds confusing.