Motorola is expected to finally take the wraps off the long-awaited Google Android tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show here Wednesday.
The device, codenamed Honeycomb, uses Google's Android operating system. Motorola showed off the new tablet in early December at a press conference.
The Motorola tablet will be one of many new Android-based PC tablets coming to market in the next several months. Other cell phone makers are also taking the plunge into the market. Last year, Samsung introduced the first Google Android tablet, called the Galaxy Tab. And it's expected to have a follow on product.
This press conference also marks the very first one that Motorola will hold after the company split into two entities. Earlier this week, Motorola officially split into two separate companies: Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions.
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