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Slate-type personal computers from traditional makers of personal computers may come to market later than expected.  The quality of Google Android 3.0 has something about the delay, a Chinese web-site has reported.

Asustek, HTC and presumably others reportedly delay their tablets with Google Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” operating system.

The information comes from DigiTimes (A web-site that does not link anyone and which I will not link too, but I will consider a way to make it easier for our readers to track down the source of the information. The article called “More players delay launch of tablet PCs” can be accessed using Google cache).

Official comments were not available at press time.

Tags: Google, Android, ASUS, HTC

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