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The Motorola Xoom is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC. It also sports a 1280x800 display resolution, 32GB of onboard storage (expandable via SD), 1GB of DDR2 RAM, and given the increasing popularity of video calling, Motorola has included a 2-megapixel camera on the front while the rear is outfitted with a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash. I/O includes a micro USB 2.0 port, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, as well as Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. Battery life is said to peak at about 10 hours of video playback. It supports both 3G and 4G.
Great multimedia playback.
Android 3.1 (Honeycomb).
Highly responsive touch screen.
HDMI output for television/computer monitor viewing.
Dual-LED flash useful for video recording.
Excellent High Resolution Cameras.
HDMI output for televison/computer monitor viewing.
Built-in software is more tablet-friendly than pre-Honeycomb Android tablets.
It will eventually support desirable features like LTE and Flash.
Plenty of RAM for multitasking and intensive Web browsing.
Dual-core processor and NVIDIA GPU.
Screen is a fingerprint magnet.
Slightly sluggish performance while playing flash videos.
User interface seems overcomplicated at times.
There's no support for SD cards at launch.
Android Market selection is short on tablet-specific apps.
MicroSD slot needs firmware update to work.
Big and heavy for single handed use.
By PCWorld India on October 05, 2011
The Motorola Xoom is an Android Honeycomb (3.1) tablet with Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor on an Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset....
By Legit Reviews on September 13, 2011
The Motorola Xoom with Android 3.2 is an impressive tablet that is supports Adobe Flash 10.3 and has the potential to replace the PC for many people!...
By Tech2 on September 13, 2011
At Rs. 35,590 the Motorola Xoom’s only other competitor is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 750. Both are almost equally powerful and have similar feature sets, except for the fact that the Tab 750 has only 16GB of internal memory as opposed to 32GB on the...
By Mobile Magazine on September 08, 2011
The Motorola Xoom is a solid product, but it is difficult to recommend it over similar Honeycomb tablets. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a lot lighter and the Eee Pad Transformer has that optional keyboard dock, for instance. I do like the slightly smaller...
By TechSmart.co.za on August 30, 2011
Since the Motorola XOOM’s global release, we have seen the likes of the Acer Iconia A500, Asus Transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which means that the XOOM has a fair amount of competition now. While its build and obvious quality is...
By PC Authority on July 25, 2011
The Motorola Xoom arrives along with Google’s tablet-specific Android 3 Honeycomb OS. Read our review....
By PCWorld New Zealand on July 21, 2011
Motorola’s Xoom crashed onto the New Zealand tablet scene in July, narrowly missing our comprehensive tablet roundup in June.The Xoom was Google's reference device when designing Honeycomb, the tablet-optimised Android 3.0 operating system....
By ZDNet UK on July 19, 2011
The Motorola Xoom is a solidly built 10.1in. Android tablet, but it's a pity that Motorola doesn't provide any useful accessories. An HDMI cable and a slipcase would be welcome, for example. The proprietary charging cable is irritating, too: we...
By FoneArena on July 17, 2011
When Apple stunned the tech industry last year with their iPad and a few Android manufacturers were eager to get a slice of the tablet market. There was no tablet-optimised Android versions then, but that didn’t stop a few manufacturers from...
By ITP.net on July 12, 2011
The Xoom is a fast and capable Android tablet but a few annoying issues and a high price tag stifle its appeal....
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