Motorola took a dig at the Apple iPad by publishing an online video that showcased the tablet alongside a number of other revered but altogether "old" ones like the ten Commandments and the Rosetta stone.
The silent video entitled "Tablet Evolution presented by Motorola" included three computer tablets, the GriDpad, launched in 1989 with a 20MB hard disk, the iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, one which the teaser said, bundled Android OS with a phone.
What the video does confirm is the launch of the Motorola tablet at CES 2011 in Las Vegas and the bee buzzing sound at the end is a clear allusion to Honeycomb or Android 3.0. You don't actually see the tablet though, not even the outline or glimpses of it which is a shame.
As for the launch of Honeycomb, it will clash with Gingerbread which has just been released. Given that each Android update has a lifespan of around six months, it means that the final version of Honeycomb will be released around May next year.