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Buy Verizon Motorola Xoom, Price Details & Decision

The Motorola Xoom is one of the most powerful tablets on the market and you can visit Verizon and buy the Motorola Xoom, we will give you a few details covering quick specs, prices and some important must read info.

The Motorola Xoom was named the best in show at Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2011 and everyone has been talking about this Android tab, this is the world’s first tablet with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system that has been specifically designed for tablets.

Main features Include: Dual—core 1GHz processor, 32GB internal memory, 1GB of Low Power DDR2 RAM, Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), 10.1-inch HD Widescreen (16:10) Display, Charge Time Up to approx. 3.5 hours, 1280×800 WXGA Resolution, Up to approx 10 hours Browsing over WiFi, Up to approx 9 hours Browsing over 3G, Up to approx 3.3 days MP3 playback, Up to approx 14 days Standby and Up to approx 10 hours Video Playback Time.

The Motorola Xoom Tablet also features a 2MP front—facing Webcam and a 5.0 Megapixel rear camera featuring Indicator Light, 720p HD Video Capture & Playback, Auto Focus, Digital Zoom and Dual led flash. Also it comes with Android Music Player, 3.5mm Headset Jack and so much more.

The Motorola Xoom is upgradable and in that we mean at the moment you can enjoy Verizon’s 3G-network experience with the future of upgrading to 4G LTE.

The Important Bit: Subject to customer agreement Calling Plan & credit approval there will be an early termination fee of up to $350 for advance devices.

Now The Motorola Xoom Tablet Price: There are two choices here, you can opt for the month-on-month price of $799.99 or you can choose the 2-Year contract agreement and pay only $599.99. It does include free shipping. So head on over to Verizon Wireless and buy the Motorola Xoom, so what will you decision be, will you buy or not? Answer the poll question below please, thanks.

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4 thoughts on “Buy Verizon Motorola Xoom, Price Details & Decision”

  1. DSV says:

    3G not needed for me. I do not want to answer my tablet. iPad start around $500 but has no camera. I would like to see something like UMA for this product instead of having to pay for a phone plan for month to month or 2 yr commitment.

  2. Bryon says:

    I’m afraid that the new Xoom does not have Google voice. I don’t know if they plan to add it later but the Skype software has been pulled for now too. You’re right about the camera being a great feature, especially with front and back, but what good is it if there isn’t a video phone feature? I wonder if the iPad II will have the camera and video? I’m betting on that it will, and I am waiting for that release before I hedge my money. I saw an article that said “experts” are saying the Xoom will overtake iPad sales by 2014 despite the iPad advantages. I didn’t read the article to find out why, but it is an interesting prediction. I can use either an Apple or Android device to watch live TV or recordings because I have a DISH Network employee Sling adapter. For now I use my iPhone but I’d like a larger screen for traveling since I’m gone a lot for work. The battery in the Xoom lasts a long time so I suppose that is good.