Motorola unveils two Honeycomb tablets: XOOM 2, XOOM 2 Media Edition arrive first in the UK
0. phoneArena posted on 03 Nov 2011, 08:25
The Motorola XOOM, the first Honeycomb-running tablet, wasn't exactly the most successful one out there, but that didn't stop Motorola from announcing two new tablets in the XOOM family today…
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1. bobfreking55 posted on 03 Nov 2011, 08:50 2
Deja vu? Tab 10.1 and tab 8.9
Except there is ports. And better cameras ( Which does not matter much for tablets) Right?
15. cheetah2k posted on 03 Nov 2011, 20:52 2
1.2Ghz Tegra II dual core.? What happened to Quad cores?? Asus has the Transformer Prime coming out essentially the same time as these offerings from Moto.. It just seems stupid.
For those wanting a 1.2Ghz bump on their current Xoom's just load a custom kernel or rom to get the same effect, free of charge!
Moto really does = Fail...
21. KingKurogiii posted on 03 Nov 2011, 21:37 1
i don't think it's a Tegra II. i think it's an OMAP4430 like what's used in the Droid Razr.
2. deacz posted on 03 Nov 2011, 08:53 2
meh, feels like the normal xoom only overclocked and slimmed down.
16. cheetah2k posted on 03 Nov 2011, 20:53 3
Moto have adopted Apple's "stop-gap" business model... LOL
20. Lucas777 posted on 03 Nov 2011, 21:32 1
except the thing is apple actually sold a lot of its first product…
3. speckledapple posted on 03 Nov 2011, 09:23 1
Seen this before, and we wonder why Apple is still ruling tablets right now. When a company puts out a product that is pretty much identical to the original, customers must ask themselves, whats the point?
4. BuckeyeCadet86 posted on 03 Nov 2011, 09:45 2
"Pretty much identical to the original" Really, because Apple did the exact same thing with the ipad 2, its just thinner. This is the same thing Motorola is doing
7. SlimSoulja86 posted on 03 Nov 2011, 11:19 0
LOL, Good one. It's amazing when Apple does something, it's acceptable, but when other manufacturers does d same thing, it's seems to be pointless. Still amazed how iFans always defend Apple [by d way I have Apple devices, but it sickens me when they think Apple is God's sent]
17. cheetah2k posted on 03 Nov 2011, 20:54 1
Settle down, BuckeyeCaded86 is just pointing out the obvious - and he's right!
8. KingKurogiii posted on 03 Nov 2011, 11:48 0
because they have putting out the same thing every year down to a art?
18. cheetah2k posted on 03 Nov 2011, 20:55 2
They did that so that it doesn't activate Apple's Patent monster... LOL
6. bossmt_2 posted on 03 Nov 2011, 11:03 0
THe knock on the original Xoom was it's pricing point, when I see that is when you'll know what kind of success this tablet will have.
9. KingKurogiii posted on 03 Nov 2011, 11:50 1
i'll take real good looks at both of these. i personally want a small-ish tablet and the increased media experience with the Media Addition tickles my fancy so i'll really be looking at it.
10. Dragonkingamn posted on 03 Nov 2011, 12:24 0
Doesnt seem like much of an upgrade. I got my xoom at 1.4ghz and im sure ICS will come Q1ish. assumed it would have came quad like the transformer prime.
11. KingKurogiii posted on 03 Nov 2011, 12:58 1
i'm assuming these are using 1.2GHz OMAP4s which would actually be as good or better than an Nvidia Tegra II at 1.4GHz. i agree though, i would've welcomed the Fantastic 4 more here.
12. KingKurogiii posted on 03 Nov 2011, 14:15 1
i love what Motorola has done with Honeycomb, you can tell Motorola has gone through it but it still feels like Honeycomb. very nice. i hope they do this with ICS.
13. Muhannad posted on 03 Nov 2011, 14:19 1
I would rather go with the Media Edition, almost 600g sounds heavy. Also, the Media Edition will have a higher pixel density.
14. Sniggly posted on 03 Nov 2011, 14:50 2
Since I skipped out on the original, if I were to buy a tablet I'd probably aim for the XOOM 2. I don't see the point for the original XOOM owners at this point to upgrade to the new tablet.
19. cheetah2k posted on 03 Nov 2011, 20:58 2
I like the idea of the 8.2" display version, but it looks just like Acer's 7" tab (with the corners cropped).
If it had Quad cores, it would have been a worthy upgrade from the original Xoom