According to software developer Google, its long awaited tablet operating system operating system Android 3.0, codenamed Honeycomb, is scheduled to be launched in March 2011. In addition, the company which called these products as new, MSI, will have an Android 3.0 powered tablet after the first three months of 2011.
According to Digitimes’ report, an Nvidia Tegra 2 chip will be used in MSI’s Honeycomb tablet which will be available to the public in April or May, 2011. Nevertheless, the Taiwanese company is going to introduce a 10-inch Wintel-based tablet and engineering samples of its ARM-based Google Android tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the beginning of January 2011.
As usual, such trade shows as CES will have a series of slates and of course CES. Digitimes has announced on Elitegroup Computer Systems and Asustek’s plans for their tablet presentations as well. Both companies will make Steve Jobs angry because their devices come with either 7-inch displays or around about that size. These firms must have not noticed Steve’s saying that 7-inch tablets will be dead when they go to the public. Apple guru said that 10-inch tablets will gain its success.