Originally Posted by IcerC
That may or may not be the case. Even if Honeycomb ends up with way more native apps than webOS has on the TouchPad, I believe that the Touchpad will be a solid #2 in the tablet wars by the end of the year.
I don't see honeycomb gaining traction until the summer, when other Honeycomb tablets are released. As for the PlayBook, it seems like it's being rushed to market. It won't have mail, calender, contacts unless you have a Blackberry. The only alternative is to view your email & calender accounts in the browser until they release an update. In addition Rim appears to be falling back on Android developers porting their apps over as well.
I'm glad HP is not rushing the TouchPad, and it looks like they will be the only ones other than Apple to have a good & well rounded launch. Like Apple, HP has released the SDK months ahead of time, and HP is also working behind the scenes to get as many big name devs as possible on board before launch. The TouchPad will be a success, and I look forward to getting one.