Better than original Xoom.
Can function as an entry-level business tablet.
Decent screen size and quality.
Improved design and handling.
Convenient note-taking shortcut bar.
MotoCast is a great music and video service.
Strong battery life.
No storage expansion.
Older OS makes for sluggish performance.
Camera is slow.
Cannot be recognized as a generic USB device.
Android interface not as slick as iOS.
Only minor upgrade on original Xoom.
Power button hard to find.
By Good Gear Guide on February 21, 2013
Motorola's Xoom 2 Android tablet is thinner, lighter and faster than the original Xoom. But does it offer enough upgrades over its predecessor to justify its expensive price tag?• Motorola Xoom review • Xoom Xoom: Telstra first to sell...-
By Tbreak.com on June 27, 2012
After everything, the Xoom 2 is against all odds, a fairly decent Android tablet. Yes, it does have some flaws, but compared to the original this is a welcome upgrade. If Motorola can finally get around to pushing ICS to the Xoom 2, then it might...80
By GadgetNutz on May 17, 2012
The Xoom 2 is a much improved version of the original version: 10% lighter, 33% thinner and has a much brighter IPS display with a wider 178 degree viewing angle. There are some nifty new extras thrown in like an IR port, splashguard coating and an...-
By laptops.co.uk on April 16, 2012
The Xoom 2 is most definitely an improvement on the quite good original model and has a lot to commend it. However, the arrival of the new iPad and quad core tablets take the shine off it a little...70
By NotebookCheck on April 08, 2012
Our verdict of the Xoom 2 is divided. On the one hand, the tablet has a flawless workmanship, a bright and well-reacting display and all the necessary communication modules. The fast 3G connection is a nice extra. The viewing angles are great thanks...86
By PC Authority on March 26, 2012
A powerful, light and beautifully designed tablet – the Motorola Xoom 2 is more than good enough to keep the impending quad-core brigade at bay. Read our review....83
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 CNET Australia on March 06, 2012
The Xoom 2 improves on the original in design and features, but with sluggish performance, it still feels like last year's tablet rather than part of the next...76
By Smarthouse on March 05, 2012
Motorola's Xoom 2 runs on Honeycomb 3.2, which offers little variation over the previous 3.0. It does deliver a full suite of functionality, proving well versed in multimedia, gaming and application handling, but as an operating system Honeycomb has...80
By Channel News Australia on March 05, 2012
Motorola?s second generation Xoom spawns at a difficult time in the tablet market. It has been released just ahead of Apple's next generation iPad 3, and during the interim between Android's Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich. The Xoom 2 then...80