CES 2011 is just around the corner, and we already know Motorola is bringing its Android tablet along to the show, but the company couldn't resist getting a sly dig in at the competition beforehand. In a new "tablet evolution" video the company takes in a few thousand years of stone slates and then a quick nod to the iPad - "It's like a giant iPhone, but... it's like a giant iPhone" - and the Samsung Galaxy Tab - "Android OS, but Android OS... for a phone" - before a buzzing bee snuffles conspicuously around a cloth-clad Motorola model.
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Of course, we know that what's underneath is the Android Honeycomb tablet that Google's Andy Rubin whipped out in recent weeks, and that was then subsequently seen with Verizon branding. That as-yet unnamed slate is set for an official reveal at CES, when we'll hopefully find out not only its full specs - beyond NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset - and when we can expect it.