You may have heard that iPad or iPhone/iPod touch devices don't do Flash. It's been mentioned a few times, and it's clearly the feature Android device makers are targeting when trying to answer the question "Why should I buy your device instead of an iPad or iPhone/iPod touch?"
Toshiba has a tablet that they claim is "coming this spring" (aka "it isn't shipping yet"), and it's tentatively called (are you ready for this?) "The Toshiba Tablet." A teaser website is up at http://thetoshibatablet.com. If you visit the site on an iOS device, you will be redirected to a mobile site that ends with /mobile/apple.html, describing itself as one of the "interesting places on the internet you can't see on your device. Of course, if you had a Toshiba Tablet you would enjoy the entire internet. Yep, Flash sites too." At the bottom is the name "Toshiba" followed by "Leading Innovation >>>," but if you're expecting that ">>>" to lead anywhere, you'll be disappointed.
First of all, instead of sending the message as HTML (after all, it's only text on a colored background), the whole page is one large image file. That wasn't innovative when people were doing it in 1998.