Motorola Honeycomb Tablet Gears Up for CES Launch; Teaser Video Out

December 21, 2010, By Leo Xavier

As you might know, Motorola’s upcoming Android Honeycomb tablet, which was leaked several times earlier, is expected to be coming to Verizon Wireless. Now, Motorola’s official Twitter account has shared a link to the tablet’s teaser video, which has revealed that the much anticipated tablet will be showcased at CES in January, as expected.

Earlier, on December 6, Google VP of Engineering Andy Rubin had shown Google’s next major Android OS at the D: Dive Into Mobile Conference. The OS was demonstrated on the Motorola prototype tablet.

Now, Motorola has released a teaser video confirming that the tablet will be unveiled at the upcoming CES scheduled for January.

The video, which also seems to be a history lesson, takes place in what appears to be an exhibit of tablet technology throughout the ages.

Different types of tablets from the past are being showcased in the video, starting with the wall-sized tablet of Egyptian hieroglyphics, then moving on to the Ten Commandments and the Rosetta Stone.

The video also features a couple of newer tablets, including the iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and the video ends with a tablet , sitting atop a pedestal stamped with the “M” logo, waiting to be unveiled.

And a bee also appears in the scene, and you won’t need us to tell you what that means.

Unfortunately, the specs of the device are not yet out. What we do know is that the tablet has a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1280×800, and will run NVIDIA Tegra 250 running at 1GHZ with 512MB RAM.

We will let you know when more info arrives. In the meantime, you can check out the teaser video and place your comments in the box below.

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