Google announced the launch of their tablet, analysts expect that a partnership between Motorola and Verizon will lead the launch of a new Tablet PCs, which will seriously compete with Apple’s iPad.

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Motorola ally with Verizon to win Apple

by Dan
August 25, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Everyone wants to compete with Apple’s iPad. After Google announced the launch of their tablet, analysts expect that a partnership between Motorola and Verizon will lead the launch of a new Tablet PCs, which will seriously compete with Apple’s iPad.

There were rumors saying that the Finnish manufacturer, Nokia, is planning to launch a tablet this year.

Motorola’s new product will also enable users to watch TV, according to Financial Times.

The new Tablet PC will have a 10-inch screen, will use the Google Android operating system and users could access programs like Adobe Flash.

Thanks to the TV broadcast application, Verizon customers could use FiOS service.

The new product will be thinner and lighter than iPad, sources say, quoted by Financial Times. Sources haven’t disclosed however, information about Motorola’s new Tablet PC’s name.

Although both Verizon and Motorola’s officials haven’t made any comments yet, in the past, Motorola discussed for several times the possibility of launching a new product to compete iPad.

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