Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean): Android 4.2 is not that big of a deal, especially compared with the last version,
Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.1, which brought Google Now (an honest-to-god revolution) and Project Butter (a huge improvement in regular use of Android phones). Android 4.2 has: Miracast, which does basically the same thing as Apple's AirPlay. It'll require a box or a new kind of smart TV to work, though LG says all of its future smart TVs will have it (and LG's TVs are quite good). The new Android also has a screensaver mode, which, fine, whatever, and multiple user support so all members of a household can use the same tablet while keeping their apps and settings and stuff. And there's a panorama mode called Photo Sphere, which lets you take a complete spherical view of your surroundings. That'll actually make for some pretty cool photos, I think.