Despite the fact that both tablets are packing dual-core 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processors and 1GB of RAM, each sports a low pixel density. The XYBOARD 8.2 brings a 1280 x 800 resolution to an 8.2 inch LCD screen for a pixel density of 184ppi. The XYBOARD 10.1 has the same resolution, but on a larger screen which reduces its pixel density to 149ppi. The display on both tablets is made from Gorilla Glass and both tablets offer Motorola's Splash Guard which protects them from spills or from light rain, even covering the electrical components inside the slabs. They are not waterproof though, so do not try to submerge them in the wet stuff.
Motorola's site did not mention when the update will be coming to both tablets, but we would imagine that it won't be too long considering that the wholly owned Google subsidiary is already spreading the word.
source: Motorola (1), (2), AndroidPolice via IntoMobile