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2010-12-21 15h43_49

As yesterday's teaser video implied, it seems that we can expect Motorola's much-anticipated Android tablet at CES. Motorola has launched a small teaser site to generate media buzz about the launch, with a countdown that expires at 4:15 p.m. on January 5th, 2011. You can also sign up to receive e-mail notifications of any news on the announcement.

Motorola's tablet will be sporting a Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip, and will presumably be the first consumer device to run Honeycomb, a version of Android tailored for tablet use. Coupled with Verizon's network, it could set the bar for Android tablets from here on out.

While the countdown makes no mention of a tablet, it's pretty safe to assume that in conjunction with the video, Motorola has made it clear that they want to create a publicity swarm (sorry) around the launch of what they surely hope will be an iPad competitor. Bees.

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Source: Motorola via Droid-Life

David Ruddock
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  • Joe

    I'm REALLY hoping that Motorola has learned the lesson of Samsung with regard to making a wifi-only version available. The vast majority of would-be tablet buyers want nothing to do with a data subscription, so given that I'd be incredibly disappointed if a wifi-only option wasn't available with this upcoming Honeycomb device.

    • anon

      Yea I totally agree with you. I'm looking to buy an android tablet with wifi only.

  • James

    I don't know... it does have Verizon branding.

    • http://nextparadigms.com Lucian Armasu

      Where did it show Verizon branding? Do you mean the red M logo? That's Motorola's new logo actually.

      But yeah they probably won't offer a wi-fi version anyway.

  • http://www.gradweil.de alvinx

    Please Moto, don't make the fault of a closed bootloader !!! It would be a shame... but I don't expect Moto to learn on this topic !

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