At the D: Dive Into Mobile event, Andy Rubin, founder of Android, shows the world a Motorola Android tablet prototype running Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS. The tablet is said to be powered by a NVIDIA processor and a dual-core 3D processor. According to Rubin, the Honeycomb is more optimized for tablet and has a tablet-friendly UI. You can watch the video after the break:
The Motorola tablet is used to demo Google Map for Mobile 5.0 that offers Offline Maps, Navigation, Dynamic Map Drawing functions.