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Motorola has entered the growing Tablet marketplace, and their new model, the Motorola Xoom tablet seems to be set to ruffle a few feathers amongst a few of the so called major names, namely the Apple iPad.

The Samsung Galaxy tab has turned out to be a powerful model since its introduction thanks to the popularity of Android as a platform. The 2,2 Froyo edition that it used however was designed for mobile phones, and even though not looking bad on a big screen, was never really optimized for it. With Android 3.0 Honeycomb, that the Motorola Xoom tablet is quite deservingly happy to sport. The appealing aspect of this is that it is designed with larger displays in mind, so on the 10.1 inch screen on offer it looks superb. It works in much of the exact same way as Android gadgets we are used to like the Tab and HTC Smartphones like the Desire.

Downloads are still plentiful and it's simple to use, however the user interface takes on a look that is different from what we're actually used to. In addition to loading programs the old way, they can now be set into sub groups on the main screen. The term 3D is one that you can very much correlate with the Motorola Xoom tablet, even the new GoogleMaps displays a ghostly outline of properties in 3D.
Opposing the Samsung Galaxy to the Motorola Xoom again, and one region where they clash is in sizing. When the Apple iPad was launched, its display screen was deemed a touch on the large size, hence the Tabs 7 display screen proved well-liked and much easier to carry around. Motorola have approached this from another angle and thrown all thoughts of mobility out of the window preferring a display screen which looks superb and also slightly tops the Apple iPad by measuring 10.1 in. Finally the customer will decide whether they favor size or looks, but the Xoom tablet undoubtedly impresses due to its mammoth 1280 x 800 res. Performance is very good too thanks to the screen being capacitive and supporting multi touch, and also housing an accelerometer, a distance sensing unit and a light sensor. If you are looking for a multi-media tool, the Motorola Xoom is great in this section too, with two cameras of 2 and 5 mega-pixel quality in addition to exceptional high definition video capture.
The Xoom tablet is one of the more thrilling tablet gadgets to hit the market place, and the fantastic platform together with the terrific screen should really make certain it holds its own against the more established brand names in this field.
Tuco Westen is a user of geek technology such as the Xoom Tablet and meticulously writes all his thoughts and impressions regarding the Motorola Xoom Tablet.

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