At the D: Dive Into Mobile Conference, Google’s Andy Rubin demonstrated a first look at a Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) Tablet. Using a prototype Tablet/Slate from Motorola. You can check out the video below. This obviously has everyone excited.
Note that the Tablet has no physical buttons. He also demonstrates the Gmail App which looks quite a bit like GMail on the iPad. With rumors circulating that the iPad will begin shipping late February, (probably in consumers hands in April) and Google not talking about a release date for Honeycomb, it looks like the spring is going to be very, very interesting.
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