Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi Available For Orders
By on March 27th, 2011

Wi-Fi, the 10.1 inch tablet from Motorola has finally gone on sale today at various stores including Best Buy, Costco and Staples.

Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi

Motorola XOOM features a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1280×800 and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor which includes a dual-core Cortex processor. The device runs the 3.0 Honeycomb OS which is designed for tablets and has a 2MP camera at the front and a 5MP camera with 720p HD video capture at the back.

Motorola XOOM 32GB Wi-Fi version will retail at $599 which is on par with the 32GB version of the . However, XOOM has a better hardware configuration than the 2.

You can order the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi version by visiting this page.

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  • http://xoomtabletblog.com/ Bobby Mikels

    The unannounced, trial sale last Wednesday by Motorola to their Xoom WiFi is a good test on how people will accept this product. With the not so good reception of people to the original Xoom that was released last February, it is good to know that they are embracing the Xoom WiFi. Since the beginning, I know that their expensive price will be the biggest factor on how people will choose Xoom over iPad 2. If I were them, I will price Xoom according to the price of iPad 2. This is the only way to get people’s attention.

  • RP

    The ZOOM is available at COSTCO but you can’t touch it. very frustrating. you must buy it first…then touch the on you purchased. they have one floor model locked up in a glass case. So spend $500+….then you get to touch one.

 
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