Both HTC and Motorola appear to have tablets ready to roll out, but the pair are waiting for Google to finish development of Android 3.0. It is also possible that that the Honeycomb build of Android will be the version optimized for tablets. Neither HTC or Pegatron would comment on the story.
For NVIDIA, grabbing the businesses from HTC would be another sign that the company is quickly becoming the platform to use for tablets because of the company's focus on the technology used for GPU chips. The inclusion of the Tegra 2 processor on Android flavored devices is expected to make for stronger multimedia performance than what is currently seen on the iPad.