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Hot on the heels of the Xoom 2's launch, it's not that surprising to find cheap original model Xooms. We've seen this kind of price point before, so shopping around may be wise. Sure, the original Xoom is a little bulkier, but internally not that much has changed, so if you did want some Motorola-specific Android action, this deal from WoW Superstores might make sense.


OK, the Xoom's quickly being replaced by the Xoom 2 and Xoom Media Edition, but if you've got a hankering for some honeycomb action right now, it's worth noting that the official price of the WiFi Xoom variant just dropped off a cliff to $399. The Xoom's not the greatest tablet ever, but that's a pretty good price, and it's a fair bet that there'll be a little bit of discounting going on to drive that price even lower if you shop around.


Looks like the curse of Android tablets dropping rapidly in price continues. Kogan's got the Motorola Xoom on special; the WiFi-only version will cost you $389 plus shipping, while the 3G-enabled Xoom starts at $449.


All the leaks and new images coming out about the new Xoom 2 seem to indicate that there's going to be two models released side-by-side. One is will be the true successor to the Xoom. This will be the smaller Xoom 2 Media edition.


iPad rivals may finally be nearing the quality we demand, but according to data collected by Canaccord Genuity analyst Mike Walkley, Android fans still prefer the iPad when it comes to tablets. Oh no he didn't...


It takes a lot of faith to shell out something like $US600 for a 4G LTE tablet that isn't able to get on the 4G network. But that's what anyone who bought a non-Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom did. And according to a tipster over at Phandroid, their patience has finally paid off. Because they received an email instructing how to ship your Xoom to Motorola so it can get those new 4G goodies.