When you power up an Android Honeycomb tablet like the Xoom, you'll find
yourself on one of the device's five available home screens. These home screens and the functionality they provide are among the most significant
advantages Honeycomb offers over competing tablet platforms.
Where the iPad's operating system is basically a blown-up version of what you get on the iPhone -- static rows of
square-shaped icons -- Honeycomb includes several features that take full advantage of the tablet's ample screen real estate.