Phandroid wrote this about Google's approach to innovation:
This wouldn’t be the first tablet device we’ve seen running Android, but it is a first from Google who is quickly becoming Apple of the new-age: supplementing great software with the hardware that they think should set the standard for their platform.
The New York Times article goes on to say that:
People with direct knowledge of the project — who did not want to be named because they said they were unauthorized to speak publicly about the device — said the company had been experimenting in “stealth mode” with a few publishers to explore delivery of books, magazines and other content on a tablet.
Apple pioneered the market, now we just need to sit back and watch what happens to the market.
What about you? Are you thinking about buying a tablet in the next year or so if they mature more?
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Source: New York Times