Tribune Co. has decided to manufacture a branded tablet with a touch screen likely to run on Android Honeycomb!
Tribune Company, one of the largest multinational organizations based in Chicago has planned to create a touch screen tablet under the Tribune newspapers app sector. They have planned the making of this tablet in course of promoting their app creation and will promote gaming and web browsing.
Tribune Co. is the head of Baltimore Sun and the Los Angeles Times. It is the head of around twenty three channels and yet it plans to expand the Tribune clientele. This is because they plan to enhance their consumer rate and also escape the bankruptcy that they have been suffering from since quite a while. The Tribune buyers will surely buy the Android based branded tablet that it will create.
Tribune is not new in the creation of tablets and applications. This is because they have created applications for smartphones as well as various tablet platforms. However, now the company aims at creating a new Android based tablet which runs on the Honeycomb operating system. The new venture is likely to stir commotion amongst the existing Tribune customers.
The news release according to CNN says that the Tribune chief executive Eddy Hartenstein is the known promoter of tablets and since he is well equipped with tablet info, he therefore can carry this venture in the right lines.
The Android Honeycomb based tablet by Tribune will provide the users to access a digital version of Inquirer and Daily News newspapers. These much awaited tablets will go in the market in late August this year.
The Tribune will launch 2000 tablets at an initial level and later the number will be increased as per the demand of the clients. So let us wait till its launch, we are able to give our take on the Tribune tablets!