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$800 Motorola XOOM could price Honeycomb out of contention

$800 Motorola XOOM could price Honeycomb out of contention

Honeycomb was shaping up so well. CES 2011 saw several new slates debut and look to offer solid competition to the iPad, and then Google's Android 2.3 launch event last week left us even more confident in the tablet-centric build. Could Motorola and Verizon bring the whole party crashing down with silly pricing for the Motorola XOOM however? With a leaked Best Buy advert tipping a sales price of $799.99, that may well be the case.

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Android Community App Demoed on Motorola XOOM Tablet

Android Community App Demoed on Motorola XOOM Tablet

We're at the Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb event here at Google headquarters and the first thing our head man Vince does is download the Android Community application from the Android Marketplace on a Motorola XOOM. If you'll take a look at the video below, you'll see that not only does it work excellent, it looks fantastic as well. You'll grab an extra fun look at the new Android Market as well as the new Honeycomb keyboard.

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Motorola XOOM WiFi-only in April; 800k shipments expected Q1

Motorola XOOM WiFi-only in April; 800k shipments expected Q1

Motorola is expecting strong sales of its XOOM tablet, and has ordered as many as 800,000 units for Q1 2011 alone, according to the latest supply chain leaks. According to DigiTimes, four color options make up the 700,000 to 800,000 unit orders Motorola has placed, with suppliers expecting total orders this quarter to near one million. Meanwhile, the WiFi-only version of the XOOM is now expected to arrive in April.

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Motorola XOOM Named Best in Show

Motorola XOOM Named Best in Show

Just as we all thought, CES was all about tablet computing. Many competitors announced their tablets and we will faced with many options for our tablet needs in 2011. However, as we all knew, the key player was the Motorola XOOM. The Honeycomb-based tablet is not only powerful hardware-wise, its Honeycomb software ran flawlessly on top of its hardware.

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