Android 3.0 for tablet PCs looks dreamy, honey
Google had been requesting that tablet PC manufacturers lay off using Android's mobile OS for their budget offerings, because it was giving Android (and tablet PCs in general) a bad name. That's the risk of pushing open source operating systems into the market, so Google responded by developing a new version of the Android OS exclusively for tablet PCs.
Android 3.0 - Honeycomb - is the result, and as you can see in the video above, it's far more suited to the real estate of a tablet screen. If a manufacturer can step up with a decent (i.e. not abysmally shit) hardware experience, then this looks like offering a very attractive alternative to the iPad.