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Motorola Tablet Computers Reviews

Updated: 17-07-2019 22:47
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alaScore 90

Motorola XOOM

Motorola Xoom Review: The latest tablet computer to hit the market, is fast and well built, but a...

215 expert reviews | 1271 user reviews

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alaScore 90

Motorola XOOM 2 MZ615 / Motorola XYBOARD 10.1 WiFi MZ615

This Android tablet may be smaller than most but it's also better.

103 expert reviews | 551 user reviews

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alaScore 87

Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition MZ607 / Motorola XYBOARD 8.2 MZ607

Perhaps what's most annoying is the plastic flap that would otherwise cover where these cards go...

29 expert reviews | 163 user reviews

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alaScore 85

Motorola XOOM Media Edition MZ505 / Motorola XOOM Family Edition

Motorola's RAZR2 V8 LUX is a little pricey, but if you're after a stylish fashion accessory that...

4 expert reviews | 62 user reviews

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alaScore 85

Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 MZ617

For some reason, Motorola includes a stylus with the Xyboard. There's a little icon in the status...

9 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

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#6
alaScore 84

Motorola DROID XYBOARD 8.2 MZ609

Choosing between the Galaxy Tab and the Xyboard is not so easy, given how similar they are in...

12 expert reviews

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alaScore 80

Motorola XOOM MZ601 / Motorola Xoom MZ603 / MZ605

Motorola's XOOM impresses us with its rugged build and utilitarian approach to tablet computing

3 expert reviews | 58 user reviews

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    About Motorola

    The Motorola Xoom is an Android-based tablet computer by Motorola, introduced at CES 2011 on January 5, 2011. Motorola's Tablets apply Android operating systems produced by Google and Nvidia's excellent dual core 3D processor. The dual core processor allows for a very powerful device, more so than the current iPad model. The new Android Honeycomb operating system allows 3-dimensional display of Google Maps showing buildings in various position, using pinch and enlarge features and two finger drag to turn the images to horizon mode.