At the D: Dive into Mobile we got to see a little demo of Motorola’s new Tegra powered Android tablet running Android 3.0(Honeycomb) thanks to Andy Rubin. If after watching the video your mouth is still watering for more you can check out these high quality pics snapped by Asa Mathat from AllThingsD that was there. If you missed the video you can check that out here too. Enjoy.
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