The Web 2.0 Expo happening in San Francisco has us quite excited, as Zedomax.com, a blog revolving around technology and gadgets, has found an Android tablet prototype smoothly running Flash and Air.

As you may remember, Adobe had a bit of a falling out with Apple last month, and vowed to instead gun for Android at full speed. With that announcement, we found out that the private Air/Flash beta has been a huge success with developers, with some porting their apps from Flash/Air to Android in a matter of hours.

According to Max, the founder of Zedomax, the tablet he saw was running Flash and Air apps, including Youtube, flawlessly:

It runs Adobe’s Flash and Air apps flawlessly.  That was the first time I saw Adobe’s Air apps running on a tablet and totally impressed by how it ran.

Check out his videos below:

Mike, the Adobe representative Max was speaking mentioned a whole slew of Android tablets coming before the end of the year, though he refused to name the companies involved (we know of quite a few already, no worries there).

Here's to all the great Flash content we'll finally be able to access on our mobile devices, hopefully starting in early 2H of 2010!

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