We've talked a lot about the various Android OS updates over the past year, but it's the 3.0 (codename: Honeycomb) that's going to start 2011 off right. Why is it so different from other Android versions? Well for starters, it's made with tablets in mind, so you get a sleek and totally workable interface without sacrificing the ease of Google and Android. Motorola's Xoom, which is the first tablet to run Honeycomb, debuted last night and is coming with some impressive specs, including a dual-core processor!
Of course, Honeycomb integrates Google products like Gmail, Maps, Video Chat, and Books seamlessly, and you can stay on-task and efficient with multiple virtual desktop areas to work in. Besides the fact that the video looks like Tron, (which is all the rage these days), Honeycomb looks pretty amazing. Check it out in the quick demo video after the break.