CES is just around the corner, and companies are starting to throw some chum in the proverbial waters. In a one-minute thirty-second spot that recounts the history of tablets — starting with an Egyptian, stone hieroglyphic-slate — Motorola has teased that its much anticipated tablet is set for an official outing at CES. Judging by the clues in the video — shots taken at Android 2.2’s tablet prowess and the presence of a honey bee — we can assume that we’re looking at a full-touchscreen tablet device running Android’s Honeycomb (Android 3.0) operating system. Perhaps we’ll get a full look at the 10-inch tablet Mr. Rubin was touting around at the Dive Into Mobile conference? We can’t be sure what Motorola has in store for us, but we can’t wait! The video is after the break. Enjoy!