With the plethora of new tablets being announced at CES 2011, most of them featuring Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, isn’t it the right time for Google to say something about Honeycomb? Well, Google just did – gave us a sneak peek into how good Android 3.0 will be via a short video demo. Of course if you have not been reading tech news lately, Android 3.0 is the next version of Google’s successful mobile OS. This time the Android platform goes official in supporting tablet devices. Android 3.0 was designed for devices with larger screens. According to Google, Android 3.0 Honeycomb is a brand new, truly virtual and holographic user interface. And you can see how that works in the video. But, let me warn you, be prepared to be awed by the exciting interface of Android 3.0. In fact, it might make you consider getting one of those Android 3.0 tablets. Yes, I’m definitely getting one of them soon. Among the noteable features of Android 3.0 as it runs on a tablet include – refined multi-tasking, elegant notifications, home screen customizations via more interactive widgets. The Android 3.0 web browser also got a major revamp such as tabbed browsing, form auto-fill, Google Chrome bookmark synching and the famous incognito mode when browsing privately. In the said video, you’ll also see a revamped YouTube interface which is very cool by the way, Google Maps 5 with 3D interactions and offline reliability, Google eBook access and Google Talk with video and voice chat. So there. Enjoy the video folks!