Nevermind that the iPad doesn't have Flash support or a camera, one of the other (and, admittedly, more minute) drawbacks is lack of printing capabilities. Say you buy a book through the iBookstore and want a hard copy of your receipt (for expense purposes perhaps), you aren't able to since the iPad is driver-free. Using one of Google's soon-to-be-released Cloud Printing apps — for the iPad, mobile devices, Gmail, and Chrome — you can send your print job through the app, and Cloud Printing takes over from there.
Just set up your printing parameters through Cloud Printing, and the app will send your print job to your home printer or any printer worldwide you specify. This makes business printing easy, or even printing documents that you received on your mobile so you don't have to fire up your home computer.