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Description Motorola XOOM with Wi-Fi has a super-powerful dual-core processor and Android 3.0 - the Android platform designed specifically for tablets. With its 10.1-inch HD widescreen display, you'll enjoy HD vi... more


Description Motorola Xoom and Motorola Xoom with Wi-Fi lead a revolution in mobile computing, the tablet for the next generation and the one after that. Two cameras, online sharing, and all your favorites on Yout... more


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“Motorola Xoom Tablet”

published 23/02/2012

Advantages8.2-inch HD widescreen,Tough Gorila Glass,speed and price

DisadvantagesAll it could have been, seems a bit flimsy and light but is that a disadvantage

...ecker for free that is updated, I haven?t found a use other then streaming films from my pc using MotoCast a free app that comes preloaded on the Tablet and designed by Motorola it allows you to remotely access your own PC and grab any files you wish from films to music and photographs and documents on to the device. The xoom also comes with Micro USB & HDMI co...

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AdvantagesEasy to use, crystal clear screen, nice speaker sounds, really mobile and a great all rounder

DisadvantagesA bit towards the high end price tag but.....

...is called Motorola and the tablet they have brough out is called the Xoom, (that?s right X oom, I did spell it right). So, after a few weeks ?hammering? this Motorola Xoom, for the sake of work honest, I can safely say that Motorola have taken steps into the Tablet market with some style and grace, offering a tablet device which is well up in the league table of tablet devices from...

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“The retro tablet PC...?”

published 03/04/2011

AdvantagesLight, very easy to use, good keyboard, Protext, BASIC included, battery life, cheap

DisadvantagesSerial connection is a pain these days

...Introduction The Amstrad NC100 (I don't know where Ciao got that final "C") was a little piece of brilliance that has become rather unjustly neglected over the years. At the time of its release in 1992, a halfway decent PC-compatible laptop would cost well into four figures and be utterly out of reach for almost everyone who actually had to pay for their own computers. Alan Sugar didn...

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