|Operating System||Honeycomb 3.x|
|Screen||10.1”, 1280x800 pixel resolution (720p)|
|Camera||5 MP with dual-LED flash, 2MP front facing|
|Storage||Up to 32GB internal|
|Battery||Up to 14 days standby, up to 10 hours video|
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The Motorola Xoom was the first Android tablet to feature Android 3.0 Honeycomb. It was the pioneer for a whole slew of devices which started hitting stores during 2011 as panoramic tablets. The Xoom has a great pixel resolution (on par with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1) and has an equally capable 5MP (720p) camera on the rear. While the Xoom matches most first generation tablets with its 1GHz dual-core processor, it certainly falls short of newer tablets now on offer.
The Xoom is a great all-round tablet with the capability to browse the web, watch video and play games comfortably. The Xoom may lag when asked to multi-task between various apps. Overall, it is a great device – especially for those of you interested in ‘vintage’ technology!
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