Originally Posted by Culverin
From the Asus thread:
"Yeah, we're in full-on tablet overload mode, but that doesn't mean there isn't any room for innovation. In fact, ASUS's Eee Pad MeMO is surprisingly fresh in its take on this already-so-worn subject. The 7-inch, 1024 x 600 tablet runs Android 3.0 (which doesn't exist yet, but we won't tell ASUS if you won't), with a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm 8260 processor under the hood and dual cameras (1.2 megapixel front, 5 megapixel rear with LED flash).
Sounds like just a big ass phone. I could live with that. Would probably look a little silly holding it up to my ear on the skytrain though.
Not sure how your post responds to mine? How is a 7" tablet a phone? Even if it has the ability to make phone calls, doesn't mean it's a phone. My desktop can make phone calls too
I'm talking Phone phones. 5" max, more like 4.3" and down. The things that most people would be comfortable with carrying around all day every day, rather than a 7" tablet. I doubt when Rubin said that honeycomb would come to phones that he meant 7" tablets.