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Motorola XOOM Tablet

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Mobile computer with display, circuitry and battery in a single unit. Tablets are equipped with sensors, including cameras, microphone, accelerometer and touchscreen, with finger or stylus gestures replacing computer mouse and keyboard.
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Long product name Motorola XOOM Tablet :
The short editorial description of Motorola XOOM Tablet

Xoom Wi-Fi + 3G - 1GHz, 10.1'' HD display, Wi-Fi, Anroid 3.0, 5 MP, 730g
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Short summary description Motorola XOOM Tablet:
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Motorola XOOM, 25.6 cm (10.1"), 1280 x 800 pixels, 1 GB, 1 GHz, Android, 730 g
Long summary description Motorola XOOM Tablet :

Motorola XOOM. Display diagonal: 25.6 cm (10.1"), Display resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels. Processor frequency: 1 GHz. Internal memory: 1 GB. Card reader integrated. Weight: 730 g. Operating system installed: Android

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-02
Testseek has collected 278 expert reviews for Motorola Xoom MZ601 and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
75%
Source Review comments Score
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola Xoom tablet is the first to be running Google's Android 3.0 (aka Honeycomb) operating system. We enjoyed a thorough hands-on test with the new tablet PC and can report that it offers an interesting retort to the Apple iPad, one that shou...
Bottom line The virtual buttons in the bottom left, apps in the top right, and combination of widgets and icons in multiple screens all point to a device that trades instant accessibility for wider customisation features and increased functionality; this is somet...
90%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
You will be aware that 2011 is supposed to be the year that Android tablets hit the big-time. In case you missed it, the explosion of new devices was supposed to happen at Easter. In the event, many launches have since been put back to later in the yea...
Bottom line Despite the weight, despite the price, despite everything, the Motorola Xoom has the power to move me. It feels so solid and performs so reliably that I increasingly find myself using it in preference to my iPad 2 whenever Apple compatibility is not a...
85%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola Xoom is the first tablet to use the new Android 3 ‘Honeycomb' operating system, developed for tablet computers.Previous Android versions, developed solely for phones, led to some shortcomings when they were installed on tablet computers an...
Good Fast; great screen; new version of Android works well...
Bad Not many apps available yet; quite heavy; on the expensive side...
Bottom line A true rival to the iPad, with a great processor, great screen and operating system...
80%
tech-reviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
As most of you may know, up until recently we have mainly focused on computer hardware. Well today we have our first tablet to review, the Motorola XOOM. Whereas most sites will provide you with extremely technical reviews that sometimes include parag...
Good Easy to use Android Honeycomb software, Not overly large, fits in hands quite nicely, Good camera for both video and still photos, The Tegra 2 processor and 1GB DDR2 RAM allow for a much faster, enjoyable experience...
Bottom line All in all, the Motorola XOOM is a well built easy to use device that, when combined with Android Honeycomb, provides a wide range of features for your device and it looks great. Some features of Honeycomb were also present in previous versions of Andr...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Since it was first announced at CES, we’ve been eagerly waiting for the Motorola Xoom – the first tablet with Google’s brand new operating system. This is truly the first real competitor to the , and Xoom actually manages to outperform Apple’s tabl...
Good Blazing fast, PC-like functionality, Good battery, Sturdy build...
Bad Software needs improvement, Just a handful of tablet apps available, Poor media performance, Pricey...
80%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Android Honeycomb could eventually show itself to be far superior to iOS – its intuitive, packs a powerful punch and is a stylish version to use. To add media to the tablet is easy using drag and drop, and app integration is excellent, allowing push...
Good Great browser with nifty tabletspecific features, intuitive operating system, excellent Gmail and Talk interface...
Bad Frequent apps crashing; lack of tabletspecific apps in Android Market plus there’s no filter to find them; noncustomised interface means it may not be unique enough as the tablet market grows...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola Xoom is the first Android 3.0 tablet to hit the market. That makes it the first Android tablet to ship with an OS that's designed especially for big screens, and that's why it's so exciting.Every tech gadget must be judged solely on what i...
Good Android 3.0, 1080p video playback, Dual-core CPU, Decent camera, Excellent features, Excellent performance...
Bad Few tablet apps yet, Fiddly to hold, Expansion slot has issues, No Flash support - yet, It's expensive!...
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom is the first Android 3.0 tablet to hit the market. That makes it the first Android tablet to ship with an OS that's designed especially for big screens, and that's why it's so exciting.Every tech gadget must be judged solely on what i...
80%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
You’re looking at the biggest threat to the iPad’s superiority. Powered by Google’s Android software, the Xoom is the first with the 3.0 version, designed especially for tablets. With a formidable set of specifications to boot, if anything can steal A...
Good Interface looks great, OS is fast, customisable home screen, music sounds good, 720p looks great...
Bad Some motion issues with browsing and video, needs more apps, no iTunesequivalent...
80%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-08
Motorola’s Xoom crashed onto the New Zealand tablet scene in July, narrowly missing our comprehensive tablet roundup in June.The Xoom was Google's reference device when designing Honeycomb, the tablet-optimised Android 3.0 operating system. That’s the...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Until now, the only real competition to the Apple iPad was a bunch of tablets running tweaked versions of Android for smartphones, most notably the Samsung Galaxy Tab. While some of these have been pretty good, none were perfect. With the Motorola Xoom...
Bottom line Android 3.0 makes Google-based tablets much easier to use, but the Xoom isn't quite as smooth as the Apple iPad 2...
80%
techdigest.tv
Updated:
2011-08-02
Image Gallery: At 10.1 inches in a 16:9 aspect ratio, the XOOM is a tad longer than the iPad 2 and, at 13mm thick and 730g, a little chunkier too. That's in part thanks to a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor clocked at 1GHz. It results in a tablet t...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola Xoom Android tablet feels like a crash dummy for Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. It’s almost as if Moto and Google decided to put it out there against the iPad 2 and see what happens, then check the damage in post-mort...
Good Android 3.0 has huge potential, speedy hardware...
Bad It's a tad premature and crashy...
Bottom line Android Honeycomb isn’t quite ready for prime time. It’s frustrating at times, and the optimised apps aren’t out in force yet.But it is ready for the sizeable army of people already willing to put up with cheap hardware and terrible UI just to avoid Ap...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Quick review Full review Images (14) News Related The Motorola Xoom is the first tablet to touchdown with Android 3.0, Honeycomb, the Google operating system designed for tablet devices. It’s more than just the first tablet to arrive with a new version...
Good Android 3.0, build quality good, acceptable camera performance, the novelty of being the first Honeycomb tablet...
Bad Honeycomb doesn't feel quite ready, microSD card not supported, Motorola don't bring anything extra from a software point of view...
Bottom line We can't really fault Motorola's hardware and the Honeycomb experience is far superior to Android tablets we've seen so far, but it's clear that the software isn't that stable, the price is high, not all features are supported and the Android Market ne...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Xoom has much more riding on it than the iPad 2. Apple’s slate sequel treads familiar ground, and its success is linked solely to Apple. By contrast, the Xoom creaks under the weight of expectation as the first tablet of many running’s Goo...
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom shows that the future is bright indeed for Android on tablets. If you’re an iOS hater with a slate predilection, you’ll love it, warts and all...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Good Pleasing hardware design, Dualcore processor, Good battery life, WiFi only or WFi3G models...
Bad Uses a proprietary charging cable, On the heavy side, No HDMI cable or protective case...
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom is a solidly built 10.1in. Android tablet, but it's a pity that Motorola doesn't provide any useful accessories. An HDMI cable and a slipcase would be welcome, for example. The proprietary charging cable is irritating, too: we much pr...
75%
techgeek.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
The Motorola XOOM came out at CES this year as one of the hyped tablets of the year, especially since it was seen as the Honeycomb tablet that could compete with the iPad hardware wise. Now its rival Android makers also getting their tablets out, does the...
Good Excellent design; solid performance with fast processor; Honeycomb...
Bad Honeycomb has a learning curve; screen a bit dim; some issues with Flash...
75%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-30
The Motorola Xoom finally arrives in the UK under a burden of expectation. First of all it's the first tablet to hit the shelves that's running on Android 3.0 Honeycomb – aka the first edition of Android specifically optimised for tablets. Secondly, it...
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom is a solid feeling bit of hardware that unfortunately, feels a little unfinished. This is largely down to the many force closes we experienced and the scarcity of available apps – two things which we're sure will only improve with tim...
70%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Motorola’s Xoom was the first tablet to be released running Android 3.0 (a.k.a. Honeycomb), which has since been updated to 3.1. It’s a product that came with a few rough edges; Android 3.0 was occasionally prone to crashes, the microSD port was disab...
Good Nice screen; Tons of connectivity...
Bad Far too expensive; Built-in media apps are weak tea...
70%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom is a little tricky to judge. The battery life is surprisingly good and it doesn't cost any more than a comparable 32GB WiFi-only iPad 2. It's much heavier than Apple's tablet though and neither the Android 3.0 interface or the Android...
67%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
We’ve seen plenty of Android tablets in the past, but nothing that’s really managed to challenge the iPad. Hopes have been high, however, for the Motorola Xoom – the first tablet to pack Android 3 (aka Honeycomb), complete with a new, tablet-specific...
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom arrives along with Google’s tablet-specific Android 3 Honeycomb OS. Read our review...
67%
alphr.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
To date, Apple's rivals in the consumer tablet space have been a major disappointment. Despite a splurge of pre-Christmas launches, only a few have proved usable or worth the money, and even then the regular lament at the end of each review has been “okay...
Bottom line Well made, and Android 3 has promise, but there are a few too many rough edges for a wholehearted recommendation...
67%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola Xoom is a 10.1-inch Android tablet, running Honeycomb and offering all the features you're ever likely to need. It's stylish, highly portable and only the relatively high price lets it down. The goodThe 10.1-inch screen features a 1280 x 8...
Good The 10.1-inch screen features a 1280 x 800-pixel resolution, which is more than sharp enough for viewing an entire web page without having to scroll to the side. It's also great for movies, proving sharp and crisp. The Android operating system is a pleasure to use, and with the latest version – Honeycomb – in place, it's also a step up from other tablets. Honeycomb looks attractive and cohesive...
Bad The Motorola Xoom is an impressive tablet, with high-end specs to put other devices to shame. It also costs a lot of money, however, and it's currently hamstrung by poor app support for Android tablets.
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom falls behind the Apple iPad 2 when it comes to app support – with far more apps offered for the iPad. However, the Xoom betters its rival in many ways when it comes to the hardware, and if you want a device to browse the web or watch...
60%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
Let’s face it; Apple currently dominates the tablet world and it’s about time it had some competition. Some analysts claim Apple will continue to do so until at least 2015, and so far Samsung and the others haven’t made much of an impact.The first Galaxy...
60%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Motorola XOOM was the first tablet to be launched running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Our friends over in the USA have had the XOOM for a wee while now but it is now on sale here in the UK if you fancy picking one up. Dubbed as an iPad killer the XOOM...
Bottom line Overall the XOOM does a pretty decent job and although not perfect I believe it is a good first effort by Motorola. Would I recommend it over the Apple iPad.. No, i am afraid. There are two many downsides to the XOOM for my liking. I am sure that Andro...
0%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Is this fast and furious tablet the one that will snatch the tablet market away from Apple? Clocking in at around £480, the Xoom is sold as a premium product - confidently priced to challenge, not undercut, the iPad 2. And in a first for Android-based...
Good Higher performance that the iPad 2; better cameras...
Bad Honeycomb's sophistication means a steeper learning curve.
Bottom line Not only is the Xoom faster than the iPad 2, but it's also a lot more personal thanks to its widgets and an OS that's highly customisable. The Android platform has been a slow-burning work in progress for far too long, but the employment of Honeycomb h...
0%
itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-31
It's a handsome piece of hardware. The rear is mostly clad in grey aluminium, topped with a rubbery strip housing a five-megapixel camera, a dual-LED flash, stereo speakers and the power button.Flip it around and the 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 screen dominates...
Bottom line Despite these gripes, we like the Motorola Xoom. It's well made, the hardware is powerful and battery life is good.Before you rush out and buy one, though, we'd urge you to pause and consider a couple of things. First, the price is a little high. In numer...
0%
tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Motorola's Xoom is the first Honeycomb-based tablet; but how does it fare against Apple's iPad 2? There's a lot to go over, from Google's new software platform to Nvidia's Tegra 2. Let's dig a little deeper to see how the tablet world is shaping up. In...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2014-06-13
Weighing 601g the iPad is easy to hold with one hand, but still feels comfier when you use two. However its the depth that really impresses, measuring just 8.8mm deep, it’s slimmer than an iPhone 4 and all-in-all is a stunning piece of design. Wei...
0%
siliconrepublic.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Bottom line The Motorola Xoom weighs 730g – about the same as the first-generation iPad. Its 10.1-inch wide-screen display is quite bright. It supports up to 720p HD video.It looks quite similar in style to many tablets out there at the front, with a black, glass...
0%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-03-12
While it seems as though almost every manufacturer is rolling out its version of an Android Honeycomb tablet of late, it would be easy to forget that Motorola’s XOOM was actually the world’s first Honeycomb tablet. On its surface the XOOM is actually q...
Bottom line Since the Motorola XOOM’s global release, we have seen the likes of the Acer Iconia A500, Asus Transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which means that the XOOM has a fair amount of competition now. While its build and obvious quality is commendable...
0%
theglobeandmail.com
Updated:
2014-03-12
The $600 Motorola Xoom is the first slate to run Android 3.0 (a.k.a. Honeycomb), Google's long-awaited operating system designed for tablets. Motorola wisely refrained from altering the stock experience, which means it’s a chance for the world to see t...
0%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2015-03-21
Product Round-up With Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich upon us, it's a good time to take stock of the impact - or lack of it - of Android 3 Honeycomb and Nvidia's Tegra 2, the chipset and release of Google’s mobile OS that were hoped would knock the iPad o...
0%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
All eyes are on the Motorola Xoom tablet, and for good reason: It’s the first device in an expected multitude to ship with Google’s tablet-optimised Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). The Xoom has a lot of features to like, and a lot to set it apart from the eve...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-16
Expert video review...
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channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
Well made, and Android 3 has promise, but there are a few too many rough edges for a wholehearted recommendation To date, Apple’s rivals in the consumer tablet space have been a major disappointment. Despite a splurge of pre-Christmas launches, only a...
Bottom line So how do we rate the Motorola Xoom? Well, we like it. Even taking into consideration Android 3’s rough edges, occasional sluggish operation, and the lack of tablet-specific apps, it’s easily the best Android tablet so far, and for many people that wil...
0%
delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Jenneth Orantia turned her back on a lucrative career in law to pursue her unhealthy obsession with consumer technology. She's known for having at least half a dozen of the latest gadgets on her person at a time, and once won a bottle of Dom Perignon for...
Bottom line Motorola has priced the Xoom to match the corresponding iPad 2 models. The question is, why would you buy a Xoom when you could get an equivalent iPad 2 for exactly the same price? There are minor things that the Xoom does better. It can play Flash, it...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-06-04
I've been using the Motorola XOOM for just over a day now, and I thought I'd share my initial thoughts. Which coincides nicely with Telstra's confirmation that this bad-boy is launching through them next month . First off, the XOOM is quite heavy as it we...
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