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Motorola Xoom Announced - Video

Motorola Xoom Announced - Video
Motorola officially announced the Xoom tablet for Verizon. It is the moment we have been waiting for since Andy Rubin showed off a curious little tablet at the D : Dive into Mobile conference. We hopped over to take a look at the Motorola XOOM which will be the first “true” Android tablet to be released.

Motorola Xoom will be available from Verizon during the first quarter of 2011. It will come as a 3G device, but will be upgradeable to 4G LTE. Then in Q2 of this year, the device will ship as a 4G LTE tablet. Motorola says you’ll be able to send in your 3G device for an upgrade once the 4G components and network are ready.
Motorola says you should still get 10 hours of battery life out of the Xoom tablet while watching movies. Surfing the web or performing other tasks that don’t tax the processor as much as watching HD video should lead to even better battery life.

Motorola Xoom provides a good look at some of the new features in Honeycomb, including a web browser that looks a lot like the desktop version of Google’s Chrome browser. Not pricing declare now, but expect this to be somewhere in the upper $400 to $600 range.
It's packed full of advantages, like:
• The amazing Honeycomb, made specifically for tablets
• WiFi and Verizon 3G connectivity
• Full 1080p HD support with an HDMI out port
• LTE capabilities with a 4G LTE modem
• Bluetooth keyboard and docks available
• A 1GHz dual-core processor
• A 10.1-inch widescreen HD display (look out, iPad)
• 5 megapixel rear camera with 720p HD video capture
• 2 megapixel front-facing camera for all your video chatting needs

Let's watch Motorola Xoom's featured Videos

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