userofboth, 04 Mar 2011I for a long time wanted to post a comment or my view of why I would go with Android Tablet (X... moregood for u & ur baby.i'm a mobile android user,
i have a 1.7 yr old son & looking into this great idea u had w/ such a device.
im gonna get this device & i'll do the same thing w/ my boy.
thanks for sharing the thought.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2011http://www.amazon.com/MOTOROLA-XOOM-Android-Tablet-Wi-Fi/product-reviews/B0045FM6SU/ref=dp_top... moreHi ,
Can we make phone calls , i mean can we use it as a fone ? if not on GSM then what about 3g or 4 g ? I live in Australia and i wana buy this one but wana make sure if it can be used as a fone as well dosent matter if it works with 3g cuz i have got three services
I have used this daily for one month.
Dislikes: slighly heavy than ipad 2. App market has less apps specific to honeycomb, but they are new apps coming daily.
Likes: fast, battery life good, screen is great, connectivity with my TV with micro HDMI cable, sound is great, google video chat, google apps and their integration, expandability micro sdcard, video playback is great.
I picked up the Xoom yesterday at a local store and so far I am quite pleased. I spent about 6 solid hours toying with it and yes, there are a few things I would like changed about the os itself but I know this is Honeycomb 1.0 and updates will be coming. A few force close issues, fingerprints and dust are attracted (just ordered screen protector from Amazon to hopefully help with this) but the hardware itself appears solid. People have been complaining about the weird placement of the power button, but I think it's perfect. Same with volume controls. Didn't have any issues with that. Still trying to get used to holding a tablet. I really liked the archos 10.1 idea of a kickstand, but I will figure out something. The only burning question I have (for me) is, do I really NEED this??? My answer so far is a resounding NO. I have a computer, I have my android phone. I don't travel, I don't need it for business, I don't need that much portability....but man, it really is nice to have. It's a total luxury item. Again, this is just my opinion. The device itself really is great. I sat in the apple store for an hour or so when the first ipad came out and I was bored and unimpressed after 1 hour. Sure they have a ton of apps, but so does android. I've already loaded in my favorite 2.x apps and most of them work perfectly...they're not honeycomb optimized, but I was happy with them. There's always going to be something bigger (or smaller in the tablet world) and cheaper with better specs in the future, but I figured I've been waiting long enough and I was really itching to get into the tablet game. I wanted solid piece of hardware which this is. I also wanted a tablet that would most likely be the first to get software updates. The software, while great now, is not perfect but it will get there eventually...I have total faith in Google. Anyways, I know I'm not the best reviewer out there, but bottom line is so far I'm very pleased with my purchase.
some features are fine but nowadays main features sucha as FM Radio lackness is the main disadvantag.
NetTALK on Android Allows You to Make Outgoing Calls on Motorola XOOM
Motorola Xoom or Blackberry Playbook
100,000 motorola XOOM have been sold... only 7,000 were sold on launch...
seems like motorola is slow but steady.........
sunil kumar, 04 Apr 2011hai guys this is good phone in these days because it has all features which we needits not a phone.
hai guys this is good phone in these days because it has all features which we need