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Originally Posted by E_man View Post
If you think about all the swiping you do with a mobile OS, and how little you would want to do that with a mouse, you realize it's not a desktop OS. I've played with honeycomb on a desktop. Sucks. Much better on my nook. Games, homescreens, web browsers etc would all need changing, and I don't think that it's worth the effort for google, and I'm sure they realize it. Touch OS's were relatively new when android got in the game. Desktops have had OS X/Windows/Linux for quite some time and are heavily entrenched.
You have a solid point. But we have to give change a chance. Maybe in few years we can unify the mobile and desktop os, developers can make good apps that run very well and have great UX on a tablet, and then the change will not be so big.