You've seen the flood of rival tablets raging toward the reigning champ, the Apple
After that, all bets are off.
Leaks and announcements this week from Motorola
Well, hold your horses. That very timeliness points to an underwhelming experience. Android version 2.2, aka Froyo, is an amazing platform for smartphones, but has not been optimized for the larger-screen tablet experience. Many applications may not work at all on pixel canvases of unsupported sizes, and others will have their carefully crafted screen layouts jumbled and borderline unusable. If the Stingray is ready for release before Google
The first truly mass-market Android tablet is the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab, but the screen on that thing just barely qualifies as a tablet at 7 inches across. The Dell
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