It’s no secret that Motorola is working on a tablet, likely running Google’s Android or Chrome operating systems. Now it looks like the company may have at least two models in the works.

Speaking at an event this week, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha said that the company will deliver both 7 and 10 inch tablets soon. Motorola also plans to develop software for the tablets to make them attractive to enterprise customers, so like the HP Slate 500 and other business-focused tablets we could see these machines used in retail settings or put to use in other industries.

I’d be surprised if there weren’t some consumer-centric features thrown in for good measure though. The BlackBerry PlayBook, for instance, is aimed at enterprise users as well, but it’s clearly designed for appeal to consumers with high performance multimedia and multitasking capabilities.

via Boy Genius Report

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