Honeycomb Tablets are a mobile computing devices that will carry the latest operating system Android 3.0. This Android platform has been particular designed for devices that have bigger screens than a smartphone, i.e. tablets.
Android was first developed back in 2003 by Android Inc. The company was then purchase by Google in 2005. The basis of the Android system is an alternative edition of the Linux kernel. Google worked with the Open Handset Alliance in the development of the system and its launch to the wider world. The Android system is open source with the AOSP handling all the maintenance and further developments of the system.
With the honeycomb (Android 3.0) operating system, it brings together all things that customers get through their smartphones such as multi-tasking, personalization, widgets and much more. It also has a new connectivity features that includes support for media and photo transfer where you can sync your media files via a USB digital camera without having to attach a USB storage device.
You can also connect a full-sized keyboard to a tablet via USB or Bluetooth if you prefer using this over a touch screen display. There is support for Bluetooth tethering that allows more products to be shares across a network to an Android device. Android 3.0 (honeycomb) will include video chat as Google takes on Apple's FaceTime and Skype.
Google will be releasing an update for the Honeycomb operating system (Android 3.1). The update will enable the application task manager to shut down any tasks that are currently not being used and in which will extend the battery life even further. The design of the widgets has changed allowing you to customise them to your own size and can set them either to be horizontal or vertical. In addition, this update will bring USB hosts where you transfer your photos directly from your digital camera to your tablet. This will also have support other devices such game controllers, keyboards and mice.
One of great features of using an android tablet is that there is support for Adobe Flash. When browsing the web, you will find that some websites will require Flash in order to view to their videos. If you are going to use the tablet to surf the web, watch videos and play games, then having Adobe Flash is important feature to have installed.
Tablet devices are very light in weight when compared against a laptop. The size of the device is also much smaller with the screen size ranging from 7 to 10 inches making it easy to carry around from one location to another. Also, you can place a tablet on a flat working surface making it feel more personal.
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