here is my review and opinion
not bad ... android tablet..
here the my review and opinion
Its out of this world and very user friendly other tabs is nothing infront of these I have full filled my all needs with this product
I've played with both the Xoom and the Samsung P7100. Besides the Xoom having an SD-card slot, the Samsung tab is way better!
But they are both lacking in certain areas, hopefully that will all be resolved in the next android update.
I think I'd rather buy the Atrix and get the Lapdock for it, has virtually the same specs as the XOOM but gives you GSM Voice capability plus Gingerbread (eventually)
Nice review as always! Keep up the good work.
Still, as the xoom looks absolutely impaired now, whithout the hardly expected 3.1 ver of android, would you throw to us an update upon getting it? Though you mentioned that not the device tested will get the update, we still hope to find out how it deals with the updated soft... it will help me decide wether to stay away of ipad2 or not when i will buy a tablet.
Thx your are the coolest
vincent , 27 May 2011this one in malaysia only wifi no 3g ....... many customer complain 3g is here in malaysia . now available in 3g but no voice
it is said in the review that honeycomb removed the hardware buttons and replaced them with screen buttons, does this mean that galaxy tabs are not capable of running honeycomb since they depend on hardware buttons?
Interesting zoom mz604, but diappointed with non-availability of radio, as well as camera (should be zenon flash)...still not sure of gsm voice communications?
hello,the internal memory of xoom is hdd or ssd?any idea about this?
best and look wise attracvie but what is main feature and define the best quality and
Shall we insert sim card in wifi model "Xoom". The shopper said we can insert sim card for data package instead making calls. Please confirm if any one has used.
The XOOM should be available in Australia from about 24th May onwards, with just a few notes.
According to Motorola Aust. although the unit has an MicroSD card slot 'Gingerbread 3.0' DOES NOT currently support external memory cards, so you'll have to make do with the internal 16Gb (only size being released here so far)until a patch from Google is released.
It will also be available on the Telstra Next G network which should mean the Aussie version has 3G GSM voice AND 3G-850 connectivity