Google to enter the tablet market?

Posted by Techvibes NewsDesk

Why not?

Their popular Android OS coupled with Flash could be a fan favourite.  However, the question remains, does Google want to enter the tablet market?  Does it even believe that it can create a better tablet than Apple's iPad?  

These are questions that people have been asking ever since Web 2.0 in San Francisco earlier this month.  At the event their was a tablet (not an iPad) that was running the Google Android OS.

Will you still buy the iPad?  Or will you wait (months, years) until RIM or Google or even someone else comes out with a "better" tablet?  Who has the best chance of producing a better tablet than Apple? 

What say you?

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