The Motorola Xoom is an Android based Tablet by Motorola introduced at CES 2011on January 5, 2011. It is the first tablet to run Android 3.0(Honeycomb). It was released on February 24, 2011. It was launched with three other products: the Moto’s Atrix, Droid Bionic, and the Motorola Cliq 2.The Xoom supports up to 720p video playback.It’s loaded with a 2 MP front-facing camera for video chatting over Wi-Fi or cellular Internet and a rear-facing 5 MP camera that records 720p video. The Xoom has a 1280×800 widescreen, 10.1-inch display and 3D graphics acceleration, as well as HDMI-out. It features a variety of sensors, including a gyroscope, a magnetometer, an accelometer and a Barometer. The Xoom uses Nvidia Tegra 2.In January it was reported that the Xoom will come in a Wi-Fi only model as well as a 3G model through Verizon.
Video Formats Supported:
The Motorola Xoom has support for the following video (H.263, H.264, MPEG4, VP8), and audio (AAC, AAC+, AMR NB, AMRWB, MP3, XMF) formats.
The Most Importantly PRICES:
£600for the 3G model and £500 for the WiFi-only version initially, the 32GB-equipped 10-incher is now £20 cheaper, at £580 and £480 for each variant. A quick glance at Apple’s online store tells us that those levies match up exactly to what a corresponding 32GB version of the iPad 2 will cost you, signaling Motorola’s intent to at least be on par in terms of pricing. Stores are still showing the Xoom under a pre-order status for now, but that should be changing swiftly if Motorola wishes to live up to its promise of availability this very week.
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