After Steve Jobs explained his thoughts on Flash and Adobe responded back with a counter attack on Apple, it looks like the two sides have made a peace on the words front and have moved onto implementation side. Atleast Adobe has already.
Engadget reported that, Adobe seems to be taking the implementation of Flash and Air on Android seriously and is ready with a prototype Android tablet. By taking its implementation on the Android platform and a prototype ready to show off its “Flash” skills, the bells are ringing for Apple definitely. Whether Apple takes a note of it sooner or later, is something we have to wait to see.
The videos of the tablet that was shown running Flash and Air “flawlessly” is still a very early prototype. nVidia also confirmed the flash performance of the tablet with its Tegra 2 chip packed inside. Not many details can be deduced from these videos, but it looks like the tablet has multi-touch support and and Android 2.1.
The videos showed YouTube and Wired’s Adobe Air app without any lag or problems on the tablet. nVidia has hinted that these Tegra 2 powered tablets could go on sale this summer. You can watch more pictures and videos of this tablet here.
These are the videos showing the Android tablet, flying on “Flash” and “Air”: