Tablets continue to dominate the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES), leaving me confused on which one to buy, with a recent tweet by a friend saying, “I Think You Should Wait For The CES Event Before Buying A Tablet”. Previously we heard on the Motorola “Xoom” Tablet which would come packed with Google’s latest Operating System, the HoneyComb.
In an early appearance on video, we were surprised to see a Toshiba tablet showing of its Honeycomb Operating System. Not much known, the Toshiba Tablet would come powered with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC (System-on-chip).
Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb is an Operating System specially designed to cater the Tablet industry, with a strong promise to run better on every function, compare to the Android 2.2 Froyo OS. But according to many, as the Honeycomb OS hasn’t been officially unveiled by Google, for now, the tablet would come powered with the Android 2.2.
The Engadget team were the first to report on the product, even before the CES event went live. Compared to others, the tablet is surely thin with the team having good views on the gadget. To improve the video and picture quality, Toshiba has implemented the Resolution+upscaling technology, the same process used by the HDTVs, with a promise to deliver one of the best graphics.