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Nope, too much differentiation in hardware. Htc has no tegra2 device, so no support for our processor, meanng it has to be written from scratch and since sense is close-sourced this is very hard (read:impossible) You'd be better off buying a HTC Flyer, which will be updated to honeycomb with HTC Sense. Or hire a team of devs, which is way more expensive and harder to find.
Originally Posted by Paladinleeds
But honeycomb is amazing on it's own, I'm running it on my vega right now and it absolutely ROCKS! Though I still advice you to go fo the cheapest certified honeycomb tablet, which I believe is the Acer Iconia a500, if you have the money for it. I know I would.. And will, once I get the money I'll sell my Vega and buy an iconia. But it's speedy enough for me atm. The viewing angles are just a little bit crappy, and the touchscreen is crappy when not using honeycomb (CM7 or stock). Wifi is great. Just don't get the tab if you won't upgrade to honeycomb. Or any other android tablet but the flyer running anything other than iOS or Honeycomb for that matter. I have owned a cheapass 7incher running android 2.1 and it was really my worst purchase ever.
Too sum it up:
NEEEED sense? HTC Flyer
Got money? Acer Iconia
Want something decent? Get vega and install vegacomb (honeycomb port)
Hope that helps :-)
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