CES: Motorola will introduce Android tablet at CES 2011 (video)

CES: Motorola will introduce Android tablet at CES 2011 (video)

Summary: Motorola recently announced its own tablet plans, and now we have the new teaser video to drool over until CES 2011 next month.

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Motorola recently announced its own tablet plans, and now we have the new teaser video to drool over until CES 2011 next month.

Tracing the evolution of tablets from the Rosetta Stone to the iPad (dubbed a "giant iPhone), the video is overdramatic. And that bumblebee at the end will certain have people buzzing (pun intended) about Honeycomb.

But it is certainly worth a look. Enjoy.

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  • Certainly makes me interested

    Hope the wait is worth it.
    andrewjg
  • That was an awful lot of .....

    nothing
    Economister
  • RE: Motorola will introduce Android tablet at CES 2011 (video)

    love the video - well done!!!
    kept me laughing for a good while.

    Looking forward to what comes out.
    rhonin
  • Cool Video

    Let's hope their tablet is better than the first gen ho-hum stuff out there now - iPad and Galaxy Tab. Can't wait to see where tablets are a year or 2 from now. (and wait until flexible screen technology hits mainstream - wa-hoo!)
    jpr75_z
  • If you got the hint .... it is not an Android tablet.

    nt
    wackoae
    • Android Honeycomb

      @wackoae

      Google has already shown a motorola prototype running Android 3 aka Honeycomb. So I think the bee is a link to Honeycomb.
      andrewjg
      • Check the words when they show the Galaxy S

        @andrewjg Just watch the video.
        wackoae
  • Another great big YAWN...

    Yet another flop to add to the Roid fragmentation... Google will announce they are dropping from yearly updates to updates every 2 years at CES 2011. I sense a bit of irony with the name Honeycomb... LOL... Wonder if Google has ever heard of Colony Collapse Disorder...
    i8thecat