Tablets at CES 2011: Honeycomb, Windows 7, and all the rest
byJoanna Stern||January 8th 2011 at 5:00pmJanuary 8th 2011 5:00 pm
It's been raining tablets here at CES 2011. No seriously, it as if the sky has opened up in Vegas and dropped touchscreen slabs with Android and Windows 7 operating systems on our heads. It's been nearly impossible to keep track of the number of tablets released and the details we've learned about them... until now, that is. After the break you will find a complete list of all the tablets we have heard about as well as a few key details about 'em. You'll notice that most of the tablets listed plan to run Android 3.0 -- if you're looking for more on Google's not-yet-released tablet OS, you'll want to check out our guided tour and our interview with Google's Matias Duarte. The show isn't over yet so expect us to add more tablets over the next couple of days, but without further ado, we give you the official Engadget tablet chart of CES 2011.
You'll also note that we've denoted our favorites in bold, so pay closer attention to those and make sure to click through to hear why they've impressed us so much. Enjoy!