Motorola demonstrated an unnamed (although dubbed the Everest) prototype tablet slated for sometime in 2011 featuring a “dual core 3D processor” by NVIDIA, Who preps for that growing Android gaming market with dramatically improved gaming performance, likely Tegra 2 or a later variant. It also comes with Honeycomb, Android’s tablet focused OS.
Andy Rubin fiddling with an Android-powered Motorola tablet during the D: Dive into Mobile conference, thought the tablet was pictured from a distance. Now if you’re still drooling over the idea of a Motorola Android tablet, the good news is that higher resolution pictures of the device have surfaced.
It appears that the screen on Motorola’s dual core tablet is about 10-inches from the video. Honeycomb was demonstrated on the tablet, which uses more screen real estate, and offers a more desktop-like experience. The tablet has no buttons unlike earlier tablets, instead relying entirely on the screen for input.