Motorola Xoom 10.1-Inch Tablet
January 6, 2012 § Leave a comment
Motorola Xoom 10.1-inch tablet computer has a 10.1-inch capacitive screen display of 1280x800p resolution. It has been incorporated with Android 3.0 Honeycomb Os and powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 Dual-core processor. It has been endowed with a 5Mp Hd camera along with a front camera. It boasts of features like an accelerometer, gyroscope and of course, Adobe Flash 10.1 Player support. The Motorola Xoom 10.1-inch tablet computer supports 3G and 4G network, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth. It offers 32Gb flash memory and 1Gb Ram capacity and Usb port.
Motorola has set the bar high by launching the Motorola Xoom tablet. It has the ability to give Apple iPad a tough competition. Being the very first tablet running on Android 3.0 honeycomb which is an Os specially designed for tablets it in fact has become our favorite. We in fact loved the widgets which are highly customizable and an uncut intuitive notification scheme. With a magnificent display, a dual core processor and Android 3.0 honeycomb it in fact has hit all the high notes. Does it in fact deliver or is it just a mere hype Lets find out.
The Xoom has a 10.1 inch display which is a bit more than 9.8 inch of iPad. While the Xoom is designed for landscape views the Apple iPad is good in portrait view. Its makers have tried their best to make it stand apart from the rest of the tablets offered in the market by development minute differences in it which work both for and against it. The titanium back plate is quite impressive and adds a touch of elegance to its looks. The Usb and the Hdmi port are gift towards the bottom and the top houses a headphone jack along with a Micro Sd and a Sim card slot. Power button along with speakers sit on the back. Xoom stands apart from the other Android devices in manufacture as it lacks any buttons in the front. One thing which could have been good in its manufacture is that the rear camera lens is only slightly away from the body thereby addition it chances of getting scratched easily.
First things first: it is endowed with a dual core Tegra 2 processor and it possesses assorted widgets for emails, twitter and other apps. We are highly impressed with its fast internet browser and some attributes like Google Map5 which also enables 3D maps. A 5Mp camera with a dual Led flash is yet someone else desirable feature. The screen is capacitative although we are a minute disappointed in it as it did not turn out to be as responsive as we’d expect it to be. For a transportable expedient the stereo speakers are not at all bad but they face away from the expedient as a corollary the sound ability gets a bit compromised. It supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. You can also hook it up to your Tv via Hdmi port.
Honeycomb acts pretty similar to Froyo which is Android 2.2. The discrepancy with the movable Android is that Honeycomb facilitates its users to copy shortcuts on a particular home screen. It also promises impressive 3D and scaling effects while operating complicated programs. Some users will without fail find it very thoughprovoking to use because of the availability of numerous options and flexibility it offers while others will find it hard to use owing to its greater complexity.
Motorola Xoom 10.1-Inch Tablet