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|Model name||Xoom||CPU type||Nvidia Tegra2 (Dual Cortex A9)|
|CPU speed||1000 Mhz|
|Graphics||Nvidia ULP GeForce|
||10.1" 1280 X 800||Screen Type
||LED-Backlit LCD||Touch Technology
|Weight||25.8 oz. / 730g|
|Size (w/h/d inches)||9.8/6.6/0.5|
|Size (w/h/d mm)||249/168/13.0 mm|
|Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
|Mobile sim-card slot|
|No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)|
|Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
|A-GPS (Internet Assisted)|
|Ambient light sensor|
|Camera 5.0MP Auto-Focus|
|Front and rear cameras|
|Google Market access|
|The first official 'Honeycomb' (Android 3.0) tablet is geting a lot of attention as the operating system will offer a tablet user-interface and support for dual-core processors.|
|Available in U.S.A via Verizon (End Feb) where it is promised a free LTE upgrade.|
|Pricing Guide (based on retail price for base model.)|
|USA:||$799||30 Oct 12|
|NEWS and REVIEW Links (5 most recent.) All links||Track product|
|Motorola Xoom Review - AnandTech||03/12/10|
|Xoom Review by Scoble||03/12/10|
|Motorola Xoom Review - IntoMobile||03/12/10|
|Motorola Xoom Review Roundup||03/12/10|
|Motorola Xoom Review - PC Magazine||03/12/10|
|All Motorola Xoom links.|
| Latest Motorola Xoom news from Liliputing|
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|5 Tablets that changed the Android landscape|
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|CyanogenMod to end support for Tegra 2 devices with next major release|
A few years ago NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor was a big deal, since it was one of the first dual-core ARM-based chips to hit the smartphone and tablet space. Google even partnered with Motorola to make the Tegra 2-powered XOOM tablet a reference device for Android development. Flash forward two years, and the XOOM and […]
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