The compact 8.2-inch screen is bright and vibrant.
The power and volume buttons are fiddly.
The pre-bundled apps are rubbish.
By DigitalVersus on March 15, 2012
The Xoom 2 Media Edition has a lot going for it. It also has its share of failings, such as the sloppy handling issues, the lack of Android 4.0 update (for now, at least), the lack of memory upgrades, low battery life for a mobile device, and the fact...60
By Wired UK on February 01, 2012
If you need the bigger screen, the Motorola Xoom 2 is a fine tablet. But if you want the same fast processor, with a sharper screen, at lower cost, in a (just about) pocketable case, then the Xoom 2 Media Edition is the one for...80
By 3G UK on February 01, 2012
This neater version of the Motorola Xoom 2 is actually our preferred model – it’s comfortable to hold and the display really impresses. It performs well and thanks to the fact that it can stream films and music from the web or a PC it...80
By Stuff.tv on February 01, 2012
We like the screen, we like the price and we really like the performance...100
By Pocket-lint on January 30, 2012
The lack of microSD socket is annoying, but we love the style and weight of the Xoom Media Edition....80
By Mobile Choice on January 30, 2012
With top performance and the ability to stream music and movies from the web or your home PC, this dinky Motorola Xoom 2 really earns its ‘Media Edition' tagline....80
By CNET UK on January 24, 2012
The Xoom 2 Media Edition is a smaller, more portable version of the Xoom 2. We like the slimmed-down dimensions and the clear screen, but it isn't running Ice Cream Sandwich, which won't please hardcore Android...70
By V3.co.uk on January 24, 2012
A portable Android Honeycomb 3.2 tablet from Motorola that offers reasonable performance. We prefer this device to the larger 10in Xoom 2, but it is still not quite good enough to tempt us away from the iPad...60
By The Inquirer on January 23, 2012
Its Xoom 2 Media Edition is essentially a cut-down version of the Xoom 2 in a more compact 8.2in package. At 216x140x8.9mm and a weight of 388g, it is easier to carry around than its bigger brother and also tablets such as the Ipad 2. However, it's...70
By RegHardware on January 17, 2012
The combination of a small, tough and light body and a 8.2in 800 x 1280 screen results in a fine little tablet. The display is pin sharp for gaming, viewing video or images, while the shape and weight make it an excellent e-book reader. It may not...85