The deal: Motorola Xoom 3G - a well-built affordably priced tablet for those on the move - $598.00
For $598 the 10.1in Motorola Xoom 3G is one of the better Android Honeycomb 3.2 tablets currently available, especially for those that need 3G functionality. It has a large amount of flash drive storage (by tablet standards) and a good set of ports and hardware. Sure, the Motorola Xoom 2 is on the way but for this price you really can’t go wrong, particularly given that Motorola has said it plans to update the Xoom to Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.
As with all top tier Android tablets the Xoom has a 10.1in (1,280x800 resolution) capacitive screen, and the 32GB of flash drive storage is generous. Sadly there’s no Micro SD slot, so some discipline will need to be exercised with apps and other media content. There is a Micro USB 2.0 port and Micro HDMI port and a headphone jack - a good assortment even if we would’ve liked at least one full-sized port.
The Xoom feels sturdy in the hand, and while it’s a tad heavy for a tablet at 730 grams it’s still easy to pop into a bag and take with you. The Xoom also has stereo speakers, front and rear cameras along with an in-built microphone so you can get your Skype on.
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Where to buy it
Available until 9th Jan 2012
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