World's Biggest Android Tablet by Ardic
Want Honeycomb on your TV? You can take your chances with a Google TV-enabled set from Sony, or you can get the full Android experience by adding a connected tablet to your HD mix -- if Istanbul-based Ardic gets its solution out the door, at least.
Basically, this Android Honeycomb tablet is used as a base station and docked to a 65″ LCD with two-sensor touch/gesture support (four sensors later for multitouch) and full 1080p output. This world's biggest Android screen is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC, and includes 1GB of RAM, 16GB of flash memory, dual cameras, HDMI, USB, microSD and 3G and WiFi connectivity. A dock enables instant connectivity with the OEM TV, including HDMI for video and audio, and USB for touch input (a wireless version is in the works as well).