This is one of those stories that would have had far more of a wow-factor a week ago. You know, before Google boffin Andy Rubin showed off the 10-inch tablet to the entire world at the D: Dive into Mobile event.
But still, some close-up, if somewhat blurry, pictures of the Tegra 2 boasting Android 3.0 device are still good enough to get the geek in us all worked up.
Engadget managed to nab the pictures from an unnamed source, who wasn't sure whether the tablet would take the Stingray title that has often been mentioned, or whether it will come to market with a different moniker such as Everest, Trygon or Clive.
Okay, so the source didn't really tout Clive as a possible name - but we think it's got potential.
Anyway, on board the tablet is some pretty impressive specs, including the aforementioned 1GHz Tegra 2 T20 chip, a 10-inch display with a 1280x800 resolution, 512MB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, an SD slot for expanded memory, a gyroscope, a micro-USB, a mini HDMI and two cameras; one with an LED flash and also a front facing webcam.
We already know from Rubin's demo that the tablet is boasting the next-gen Android OS - Honeycomb.
All that's left to find out now then is a release date and a price. As always, we'll bring you the news as soon as it breaks, so stay tuned to Pocket-lint for Motorola Clive updates. See, it's catchy isn't it?