In the UK, big time retailers like Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy UK will begin selling the highly anticipated Honeycomb tablet some time around in Q2, but Motorola didn’t go further to detail its pricing. Furthermore, the Wi-Fi only version of the XOOM will be made available through outlets like Currys and PC World – with the same availability date some time in Q2.
Outside of the UK, consumers can expect to find the XOOM being sold through Deutsche Telekom as well, which we all know operates under T-Mobile moniker, but there was no mention as to what specific markets it’ll be available in Europe.
Aside from those specific partners mentioned in Motorola’s press release, we’re still not treated to the mention of pricing for the European market. However, it’d be difficult to find it straying from the $800 (about €590 or 494 GBP) price point that Verizon Wireless in the US will be offering for its version of the XOOM.
source: Motorola via Unwired View