Motorola Xoom As First Tablet On Android 3.0 Unveiled

The quest to make the most promising and most amazing tablet has been the main goal of most of the participating gadget companies. Apple was able to successfully launch their iPad which has lead its rivals to make the same. Among all of them, Motorola was able to surpass the quest together with the Google’s latest android operating system

In this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Motorola revealed their latest tablet called Xoom. It is the first tablet to use Google’s Android 3.0 called Honeycomb. It features a 10” screen which is completely touch sensitive just like the iPad. In addition to that, it features a new maps programme that offers a full 3D look at major cities. It will run Adobe Flash, feature two cameras (one for video conferencing and one for HD video) and play video at full HD 1080p.

It was also announced in the event that it would be available on February on 3G and will be available exclusively on the Verizon network. On the later of the year it would be eventually upgrade into 4G. Its price weren’t disclose yet in the event.

According to the Google engineer Mike Maclaren, Xoom users will have a desktop experience and they’ll be able to add tabs while browsing the Web and video chat with friends via Google Talk, along with other features that you cold only do in your laptop.

This is going to be one of the most sought after gadget this year.

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  1. And this is the first tablet with dual processor! I’m now excited what will be the first tablet with a quad core processor. iPad 2 perhaps? Or another Samsung Galaxy Tab?

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