Motorola Stingray: Verizon tablet gets detailed
We first heard rumours of the supposed Motorola/Verizon tablet, the Stingray, back in August when a device with a model number MOTMZ600 turned up on a Spanish VZW page.
And now, we've further evidence of the potential iPad-bothering, not to mention potential PlayBook-killing tablet, as it has been found listed on a Verizon roadmap.
And there are also more details regarding the Stingray as well, such as the fact that it's apparently a 10-inch tablet with Gingerbread on board. Yep, you read that right - it may well be the flagship Android 3.0 device.
It will run via the Nvidia Tegra 2 chip, and have 16GB of storage built in.
Initially it will be 3G connectible, but with a hardware LTE upgrade (presumably to 4G) available sometime after launch - this could mean physically adding a component to the device though which sounds a bit strange.
The Motorola Stingray is expected to launch in early 2011, but will that be too late to gatecrash the tablet party?
Of all the tabs, rumoured and real - which one has tickled your fancy? Give us your thoughts below.