Motorola Xoom: First Tablet Computer on Android 3.0 Honeycomb Unveiled at CES (Photos and Video)

By on Jan 6, 2011 in Netbook, Technology, United States, World Comments

Motorola‘s first ever tablet computer, the Motorola Xoom, was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Wednesday, as reported by several technology news sites.

According to Motorola‘s official website, Motorola Xoom is the first tablet computer with a dual-core processor that runs on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) – the operating system made by Google specifically for tablet computers. Wilson Rothman of MSNBC‘s Technolog blog said that it “may be first iPad killer.”

According to its website, Motorola Xoom has a 10.1-inch widescreen and touchscreen display. It has a front- and rear-facing cameras for video conferencing and taking pictures. Resolution is at 1280 x 800 pixel at 150p per inch. Video playback is at 720p High Definition (HD). It supports Adobe Flash Player.

Here are some photos of Motorola Xoom taken from their website.


Motorola Xoom
Motorola Xoom Front
Credit: Motorola.com

Motorola Xoom Picture
Motorola Xoom Preview
Credit: Motorola.com

Here is a video preview highlighting its features courtesy of Youtube user ShareMoTo:



Motorola Xoom Video Preview

No pricing information has been announced yet.



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