I’ve been playing around with my Hannspree Hannspad that I bought a few months back, and sure, its a budget tablet, but I think Ice Cream Sandwich will make it much better.
I don’t know what I’m holding out for, something between Honeycomb and Gingerbread. I’ve used a Honeycomb ROM on my Hannspad, and I’ve also tried Froyo and Gingerbread ROMs, and I’ve come back to Gingerbread since trying all.
I suspect that with very few Honeycomb specific apps around and ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) just around the corner, development on Android Honeycomb will halt and ICS will be its successor.
What do you think?
Here is something to ponder, do Windows users claim that Windows Vistas effects are a waste of time because they have already been done, and done better on other systems such as Mac OSX and Linux?
If Windows Vista was the ONLY OS that had those special effects, I bet the Windows user camp would be shouting from the rooftops about them.
I was just checking out a website I go on sometimes to see if there was an update for the BugMeNot extension as the last version I hacked to work in my version of firefox and I noticed this article on the main page which is doing a round up of good text editors for Windows, I particularly like this quote though:
If you have a Mac, then buy TextMate. If you have Linux, then use Emacs or vi, because you know you’re special, and that’s what you should use. Windows users have a little more choice in the matter, so let’s dive in.
Well thats certainly hilarious, surely everyone knows the sheer volume of editors available for Linux is gigantic!
Anyway, it made me smile.