Looks like Apple's iPad finally has a real competitor. Google yesterday released Android 3.0, its operatin system for tablets, and showed it off on the new Motorola Xoom.
While no one called it a slam dunk over the iPad, reviews of the Xoom and Droid 3.0 were very favorable.
Here' a roundup.
CNET said: "Honeycomb on the Xoom makes it as quick and responsive as the iPad.”
TechCrunch said: "Android Honeycomb is decidedly more complex than the iPad," but added that, "It’s a solid competitor to iOS — better, even, in some ways."
Silicon Alley Insider, however, was less impressed, saying: "If This Is Google's Best Shot At The iPad, Apple Shouldn't Worry."
Here's an FAQ about Droid 3.0.