Motorola’s new Xyboard WiFi tablets are now available to pre-order with a release date of January 19th. Up until the end of 2011, we took a look at both the 8.2 and the 10.1 models in terms of their specifications with a video review of the bigger Xyboard.
Good news for customers who may not want or necessary feel like paying for 4G LTE on their devices, or just do not want the commitment of a two-year contract. For the 8.2 Xyboard 16GB model according to Ubergizmo, will set you back $399.99 whilst the bigger 32GB retails for $499.99. For this, specs wise you can enjoy Android’s 3.2 Honeycomb OS with an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, 1GB of RAM, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5 MP rear facing HD camera and LED flash, 1.3MP front facing for video chat and so on.
For the 10.1 Xyboard 16GB, customers can expect to pay $499.99 whilst the 32GB $599.99 with the same internal specs. To find out more head on over to the link here.
Are you now tempted by the Motorola WiFi only Xyboard tablets? If so which model interests you?
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