Motorola Xoom 10-inch Tablet: Android 3.0 Means A Lot Less Sucky

Motorola Xoom 10-inch Tablet: Android 3.0 Means A Lot Less Sucky
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The Moto Xoom tablet is like the tablet equivalent of Motorola’s Atrix Android phone, with the dual-core 1GHz processor, 2MP front camera, 5MP rear camera and 1280×800 display. But it actually runs Android designed for tablets. Not sucky!

There is also an HDMI output, 1080p HD video support, 720p video shooting, gyroscope, barometer, e-compass, accelerometer. It will be available in Q1 as just a 3G/Wi-Fi device, but Q2 as a 4G LTE/Wi-Fi version. And they say you can upgrade the Q1 version to LTE. Oh, and there’s Flash support.