Top Reasons Why Android Honeycomb Tablets Could Dethrone the Ipad 12 by Darcy LaCouvee on February 4, 2011 11:34 am 10 Yeah sure, the Ipad is the best-selling tablet in the world. Sure, it’s pretty good. We clap our hands in honor of Apple, for showing the world that tablets are indeed a viable computing platform. Now, it’s time for some serious tablet temptation talk. We have gone on to list the top reasons why the Motorola Xoom, and other similarly spec’ed Android Honeycomb Tablets could dethrone Apple’s most compelling Tablet offerings in 2011. Here are the top reasons why Android-powered tablets will dethrone the Apple iPad: 1. Multitasking: Apple’s iOS doesn’t truly multitask. The Ipad is incapable of truly running more than one application at a time, for reasons we understand and sympathize with. Apple chose to omit this feature in the hopes that it would enable better battery life and offer good performance. The upcoming tablet from Motorola Xoom features an Nvidia Tegra 2 1Ghz dual-core processor which has the ability to handle multitasking with ease. It can do this while sipping on battery life, rather than guzzling it. Honeycomb was designed from a power users perspective, and enables the user to easily swipe and preview running applications with ease. In order to bring up an application on the iPad one has to double click on iPad’s home button. The iPad 2, expected to be released this year, is alleged to have multitasking capabilities, but we will have to wait and see. 2. Flash: Flash is one of the most popular ways to watch and experience rich dynamic content on the web.Many of the worlds most popular sites employ Flash somehow. Technological purists will make up a wide variety of arguments as to why Apple has employed HTML 5, “the most open API in the world,” but in reality, most users, and especially developers and designers, need access to this format….