Wi-Fi only Motorola XOOM paid a visit to the FCC?

Wi-Fi only Motorola XOOM paid a visit to the FCC?
A Motorola tablet strongly suspected to be the Wi-Fi-only version of the Motorola XOOM made a visit to the FCC yesterday.

The tablet, which has an FCC ID "IHDT56MT1" (the Motorola XOOM is said to be IHDP56LU1), doesn't support cellular radio, and offers only Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips - strongly hinting this may indeed be the Wi-Fi-only version of the XOOM.

If this is the case, we can expect it in stores soon - and we hope it would cost a few hundreds less than the rumoured $800 price of the 3G XOOM version.

source: FCC via Wireless Goodness and BGR

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1 Comment

1. kid.wonderbread

Posts: 38; Member since: Dec 16, 2009

I'd prefer a wi-fi only version of the Xoom, so I hope this is the case. And hope that it is significantly cheaper.

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