It is that news we were waiting for, from February 24th Moto would arson the market with its long awaited XOOM tablet. A CNET’s “Best of Show” winner at 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, this device is said to deliver the world’s first true tablet experience, with upgrade capability to 4G LTE available in the second quarter of 2011. This device, being deemed as “the most potentially disruptive technology” is the first to run Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb Operating System and can be purchased from Verizon Wireless for a two year customer agreement (new, new, new) for $ 599.99 or otherwise $799.99 without one.
And now some real news; Motorola Xoom with its 3G data service can access 1 GB of data for $20 a month, a 1 GHz dual-core processor and a High Definition 10.1 inch widescreen. The lady is sleek, stylish, and enough for an envy for the onlookers. With a front facing 2 megapixel camera for video chatting and a 5 megapixel camera to capture video in 720p, high definition, this piece is loaded for a complete smart tablet experience.
Now when you get something like a Honeycomb Operating System you are bound to improve those popular Android features like widgets, multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customizations, and the latest Google™ Mobile experience. Not only this, with XOOM supporting Adobe® Flash® Player, soon available as a free download, you can enjoy all those videos you wanted to watch from the web, and it comes with a full support for tabbed browsing. So wait until the 24th of February, to shell out that $800, but experience a whole new world of smart-gadget technology.