Unofficial Motorola super slim tablet makes its first cameo appearance
posted by Victor H. / Sep 19, 2011, 9:32 AM
A yet unannounced Motorola tablet has surfaced and it looks much thinner than the company’s existing Motorola XOOM. The picture, obtained by Thisismynext, shows that the upcoming Motorola tablet features the familiar from the Motorola Photon 4G diamond-shaped body. Of course, it’s running Android Honeycomb - you wouldn’t expect something else from the Google-acquired Motorola, would you?
Honeycomb, and it’s also said to come with a Motorola logo on the upper left side when put in portrait mode, while it connects to other devices via micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports. There’s nothing definite we could say about this tablet, but it looks comparatively small, when put aside the pen and our bets are for this to be the “fun and portable” 7-incher Sanjay Jha spoke about back in March.Picking up our magnifying glass, we could see it actually running the stock camera app in
The rest - is patience and zooming in on the picture, which you can find below. Feel free to let us know if you investigative eye stumbles upon something else we might have missed about the tablet in the comments below.
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Oh yay! If Moto puts this honey out, we'll definitely have a winner on our hands!
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 11:39 AM 1
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C'mon Sniggly you know Apple will sue claiming it's too thin therefore a copy of the iPad it must be and file an injunction in every country in the world and we will never see it.
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 11:43 AM 4
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C'mon Sniggly you know darth8ball is gonna troll on Apple in a post that has nothing to do with Apple. Anyways, I can't wait to see where the Android tablet market goes! I liked the Xoom and the Galaxy tab 10 looked even better. Keep em coming!
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 3:45 PM 1
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LOL.... All of everything is too thin and apple will file an injunction on everyone that is too thin and it will be upheld in courts world wide....... But seriously, this looks to be a great device. I can't wait to see it in my store.
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 11:46 AM 1
Not that I mean to go off topic, but does anyone edit these articles? The grammar is really bad at times. Just for example: "There’s nothing definite we could say about this tablet, but it looks comparatively small, when put aside the pen and our bets are for this to be the “fun and portable” 7-incher Sanjay Jha spoke about back in March. " First there are two completely different thoughts going on here. Just because you thrown "and" in there doesn't mean you have a coherent sentence. Put a period and drop the "and" at the end "pen" but before "Our". Second, is really? aside the pen? If the author put the pen aside that s fine, but what does this tablet being small have to do with putting a pen aside? I will go on a limb and guess they meant the put the pen beside the tablet. Phew with that out of the way, this tablet intrigues me.
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 1:09 PM 0
how do you complain about grammar and misuse it in your response.....reread your post and tell me why you shouldnt be posting about grammar......
posted on Sep 19, 2011, 3:46 PM 0
You have a point. I did include spelling errors due to re editing (thrown instead of throw; "s" instead of is.) I don't see where my grammatical errors lie, please enlighten me. Yet at the same time, I am not paid to write articles.
posted on Sep 20, 2011, 11:04 AM 0
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It's just sad that Moto had to think miles out of the box in terms of design. They created a diamond-shaped tablet as Apple will sue should it be rectangular. Hell, Nokia had to do the same with the N8.00 and make even sharper corners with the N9. It's really become ridiculous.
posted on Sep 20, 2011, 12:03 AM 0
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