The WiFi-only version of Motorola’s XOOM tablet has been spotted crossing the FCC, ahead of what’s believed to be availability in early Q2 2011. No details or photos of the slate were included, thanks to the usual confidentiality agreement, but the tablet is expected to only differ in what connectivity options it includes.

According to the report, the XOOM will have WiFi a/b/g/n with 2.4GHz and 5GHz support, along with Bluetooth. We’re also hoping it has a significantly lower price than the $800 tipped for the 3G-enabled XOOM, which is expected to make its first appearance on Verizon come February 24.

[via NetbookNews]


  1. Wifi only Xoom and Xoom 3G(4G) should be at shops at the same time.
    an average consumer pay for Pad $614, the most popular pad is wifi 16Gb.

    And please, no locked wifi. It’s a medival restriction.

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