Motorola XOOM Unboxing

The Motorola XOOM comes in a spacious box but the contents are standard – a charger (not much smaller than a laptop charger), a microUSB cable and a manual. If you’re hoping for a microHDMI cable, you’re out of luck.

To be fair, the iPad 2 box didn’t include anything extra either. Still, the charger is bigger than it needs to be, or at least bigger than we would have liked.

Motorola XOOM key features:
* Android 3.0 Honeycomb, upgradable to 3.1
* 10.1” capacitive touchscreen of 1280 x 800 pixel resolution; multi-touch
* Accelerometer, compass and three-axis gyro-sensor; barometer sensor
* 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 AP20H Dual Core processor
* 16/32/64GB of onboard storage
* microSD card slot (up to 32GB)
* 730g of weight
* 5MP auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash
* 720p video recording at 30fps
* 2MP secondary video call camera
* HD TV-Out via microHDMI port
* Dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity; Wi-Fi hotspot
* Optional 3G connectivity (data only) – HSPA or 1xEV-DO (LTE via upgrade)
* Flash-enabled web browser
* GPS with A-GPS support on all models
* Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
* microUSB with host functionality
* 10 hours video playback, 3.3 days of music playback

Main disadvantages:
* Still waiting for an update to enable microSD slot as well
* Screen is very reflective, hard to use outdoors
* Seems quite laggy despite the 1GHz dual-core CPU
* Quite a porker at 730 grams
* Can’t charge off USB
* LTE-enabling update not out yet for the Verizon version
* Non-replaceable battery
* No document editor pre-installed, not even a viewer
* No kickstand – it cannot be stood up on a table without a dock

More: Motorola XOOM review: The Big Bang -


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