4G LTE connectivity.
Great 10.1” display.
Long battery life.
Slim, light, quality build.
Dual digitizer with pen included.
Camera quality should be better at this price.
A bit heavy at 1.3 pounds.
No memory card slot.
Poor Mac compatibility.
Verizon's app store is awful.
No microSD card slot.
Typical Android Honeycomb OS issues.
Takes too long to charge the battery.
By TechSpot on December 16, 2011
People that read my reviews frequently might have noticed about my preference for smaller tablets over larger ones. I simply find a 10.1-inch tablet unwieldy, even if it is relatively light. As such, I greatly prefer the cheaper 8.2-inch Droid...75
By Phone Arena on March 20, 2012
Frankly, the Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 is a respectable tablet within the Android sphere, even more when it packs additional goodies such as an IR blaster and stylus, but when it’s pitted against the newly available iPad, its cost is by far its...-
By Digital Trends on February 06, 2012
If you want a solid Android tablet that competes with the iPad on weight and thickness, plus 4G LTE connectivity, the Motorola Xyboard 10.1 is probably your best...75
By Phone Arena on January 16, 2012
When it comes right down to it, it’s a tough choice to choose a Verizon 10-inch tablet. When comparing he Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, both offer an array of high-end features and have the exact same price ($629 for...70
By Techworld on January 13, 2012
Choosing between the Galaxy Tab and the Xyboard is not so easy, given how similar they are in most respects. Their aesthetics are different, with the Galaxy Tab having a friendlier, more iPad-like look, versus the Xyboard's darker impression...-
By InfoWorld on January 12, 2012
Follow @MobileGalen So far, few Android tablets have caught fire; arguably, only the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has made any impression with buyers. That sleek, iPad-looking tablet offers the basics for both personal and business users in a nice...78
By Android Central on January 09, 2012
It's been a long year for Android tablets. Motorola was first to the Honeycomb party with the Motorola Xoom. And while it was the quasi-official developer tablet (and really no slouch of a device), the Xoom was quickly overshadowed by lighter,...-
By Ubergizmo on December 16, 2011
good) What’s good- 4G LTE- Delivers good video playback experience and decent gaming experience- Overall performance is very good- Custom design of the default wallpaper with the Droid-style, it looks great- Custom design of the Android apps and...-
By MobileTechReview on December 16, 2011
I'll be honest here: I don't understand the hate some reviewers have heaped on Moto's second gen Android tablet. It does a very good job of addressing complaints with their first gen Xoom: it's as thin and light as the most anorexic and...80
By PC Mag on December 16, 2011
The Motorola Xyboard 10.1 is outpaced by other Honeycomb Android tablets which cost less. ...60