Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Motorola XOOM

 Motorola a world leader in mobile technology, has finally launched there tablet called the XOOM. The Motorola Xoom is the first tablet phone from the makers of the Motorola in fact the first Android based tablet.


Motorola has launched there tablet with the latest version of the Android OS, the Honeycomb, with Dual Core 1GHz CPU NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, taking the competition to a completely new level. This smartphone has got all the advanced features and latest technical specification to take it on the top of the tablet world. It has main competition form Apple's  Ipad, Samsung's Galaxy Tab, Dell streak and HP Touch Pad. The approximate price of the XOOM is about 800$ or Rs 35000.
Specification of Motorola XOOM


Frequency Bands
CDMA
800 /1900 LTE 700, Rx diversity in all bands




Size & Display
Dimensions
249.1 x 167.8 x 12.9 mm
Weight
725 gms
Type
WXGA
Size
10 Inch


Memory
Internal Memory
up to 32 GB on board


Data
WLAN
802.11 a,b,g,n
Bluetooth
Yes, V2.1
USB
Yes, 2.0
HDMI
Yes
Camera
Primary
5MP, Dual LED flash
Secondary
2 MP
 Video
Yes, 720p


Supports
OS
Android 3.0, Honeycomb
CPU
Dual Core 1GHz CPU NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
Messaging
Emails(cooperate sync, Google Mail, POP/IMAP),  IM
Browsers
Android HTML webkit,
Games
Cordy, Dungeon defender
GPS and Location Services
eCompass, aGPSwith Google Maps
Playback Formats
AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4,
Music Player
Android Music Player


Features
-Integrated Google Services
-Light responsive display
-Fully touch screen
-Virtual keyboard
-Voice Commands
-Adobe Flash Player(v 10)
-Calculator, Calendar
-Quick Office viewer
-Proximity
-Ambient light
-Barometer
-Gyroscope
-Anodized aluminium and soft touch

Battery
Standard battery
24.5 W-hr
Talk Time
Approx 9hrs on 3G/approx 10 hrs on Wi-Fi
Stand-by time
Approx 14 days



 We Liked:
1. Android's latest OS Honeycomb
2. Best alternative to Apple's IPad
3. Google Integration is superb
4. touch is very nice.

We Dislikes
1. Expensive
2. Complex for startups

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