Ever heard of aggressive advertising? Yes the same ones which leave the competitor with a speechless. As per Engadget, Motorola seems to have taken that to another level with their CES 2011 video!
The video starts off with various forms of “tablets” including Egyptian Hieroglyphic tablets and Moses’ Ten Commandments. In the end the video calls the iPad as “a giant iPhone” and moving on to the Galaxy Tab, it says the tablet runs on “Android meant for a phone”. It concludes with the camera moving to Motorola’s unveiled masterpiece with a bee hovering towards the shiny new red Motorola logo. The bee probably indicates the tablet could be running on the Honeycomb OS.
We’ve already seen Andy Rubin show off the Motorola tablet and if that was not enough another guy from Taiwan had taken spy shots of the device. With all the excitement building up, we’re all waiting to see what the ‘Motopad’ will bring to the table. Till then, check out the video below and tell us how you feel about it.
Publish date: December 21, 2010 4:41 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:02 pm