So why not put the newest version of free honeycomb on it to sweeten the deal?
What's to stop people from doing the upgrade themselves?
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
The reason that the cheap tablets don;t get Honeycomb is that Google is holding the source code hostage and and only releasing it to "partners". So no one can write device drivers for the tablet hardware to run Honeycomb. Same reeason that there are no custom HC roms and same reason no cheap phones or tabs will have Ice Cream any time soon.
What happened with the IdeaPad Tablet A1, supposedly should be in the marketing since the beginning of this month.
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