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Motorola Xoom Tablet Review

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February 25th, 2011

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With a dual-core processor and Android 3.0 operating system, the Motorola Xoom tablet on Verizon Wireless is a powerful portable computer. It is excellent for surfing the web, sorting through photos, watching videos and dispatching e-mail. The Xoom is also surprisingly good at navigation, and can call up a destination with a simple voice command. On top of this, Motorola supplies the Xoom with a nifty video editing tool that lets you paste and trim video clips into a completed movie, complete with titles.

In a review of the Motorola Xoom, Wirefly takes a closer look at the new tablet, showing customizable widgets, support for enterprise apps such as the Microsoft Outlook Calendar, photo viewing and video editing. Click on the video window to the right to see the review, which will give you some idea of the Xoom’s capabilities.

The Motorola Xoom is available at a great price from Wirefly.

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2 Responses to “Motorola Xoom Tablet Review”

  • Just wanted to mention that you had said that there is 32gigs of RAM. I believe you meant 32gigs of storage space.

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