First Tablet PC Xoom Motorola with Android 3.0


Motorola Mobility’s hotly awaited tablet computer, the “Xoom,” will be available in the market soon.
With a 10.1-inch screen, the Xoom is about the same size as Apple’s iPad, which hit stores in April. Xoom will be the first tablet computer featuring Android 3.0, or Honeycomb, an operating system developed with tablets in mind.
“It has multi-tasking capability.” Several features on the Xoom that the iPad does not have; including front and rear facing cameras and the ability to play Adobe Flash video software, which is banned from the Apple device. Xooms to hit the market will feature 3G connectivity to the Internet through US carrier Verizon Wireless. A 4G Xoom will come out soon and 3G versions can be upgraded to 4G. HD video capture, 2MP video calling camera, 1GB RAM, 32 GB inbuilt memory with microSD Card slot, supports up to 10 hour video playback through its powerful standard battery. The XOOM Android Tablet is Wi-FI, Bluetooth and Corporate sync enabled

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One Response to First Tablet PC Xoom Motorola with Android 3.0

  1. We can’t argue with the success of the Apple iPad – it’s given new life to a product category that had been limping along for years. The tablet PCs that used to be sold to business users were saddled with unresponsive screens and a Windows operating system (OS) that was largely unsuited to touchscreen input.

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