tablet pc motorola xoom review

Motorola has a very solid feel to it with a soft finish on the back and a front that is almost entirely glass. There is a thin frame that extends around the display area, but the glass stretches near one end of the shelf to another.

There's a camera above the screen and a little branding. If you get the Verizon model, you will be greeted by a Motorola logo on the left and a Verizon logo on the right.

The left side of the tablet contains the volume keys. There is nothing right.
The bottom of Xoom has a microUSB port, a mini-HDMI port, and one of the load taps smaller than you've ever seen. The rest of the connectors you see on the bottom is designed for use with optional docking accessories.

At the top of the tablet are headphone jack and a removable tray with the SIM card and microSD card slot. Unfortunately, currently capable of reading SD cards XOOM, and the SIM card is not necessary before Motorola and Verizon to offer a free update that lets you use the tablet with Verizon for LTE 4G network.

I had a Motorola Xoom is on my desk for the last few weeks, and frankly that's where he kept most of the time because he has simply failed to become a gadget that I take with me when I go to. My Android smartphone is smaller, lighter, and can do almost anything not Xoom. Although Xoom has a bigger screen is great for viewing full web pages, watching videos or writing documents, I can do all these things equally well or better on a laptop. Xoom then sits on my desk waiting for the killer apps to make me want to use it more often.

Overall Xoom is still a device that is full of potential, three months after the tablet on the street.

Last updated on Android 3.1 bar certainly feels a bit 'faster and a web browser and the screen is a bit' easier to use. XOOM, but still feels the phone, which is too large to fit in your pocket in many ways.

The demo unit I borrowed an inch 10.1, 1280 x 800 pixel display with capacitive touch screen, an NVIDIA Tegra 2 1 GHz dual core processor, 32 GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, WiFi 802.11n , Bluetooth, 5MP camera and a 2MP first rear facing camera. This model has a 3G modem, but it has not been activated with Verizon Wireless, so I just tried to WLAN performance.

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