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Tagged: motorola xoom
Motorola XOOM perhaps lacks some of the glamor of its more recent Android slate siblings; however, it's still a solid option as long as the price is right. Woot's deal for today is a $399.99 XOOM WiFi, a saving of $100 versus other retailers. Now, it's a refurbished unit, not brand new, but we imagine there are plenty of people who will look past that for the sake of $100 left in their pocket. It's also not the Verizon 3G model, so there's no WWAN connectivity and no 4G LTE upgrade on the horizon; still, you also don't commit yourself to a data plan. In fact the biggest issue might be low-cost rivals. Amazon is currently asking the same price for a brand new Acer Iconia Tab A500, which we reviewed back in April, with similar performance but a metal casing.
hitting the Motorola Xoom soon and it appears that Google is now working on the screen size issue for android applications.
Hauwei MediaPad 7 coming with Android 3.2 and that is about the last we heard. Reports suggest that along with many bug fixes Android 3.2 will also support 7" tablets on Honeycomb.