After more than a month since the tablet was introduced at this year’s CES, the highly anticipated Android tablet from Motorola is finally here. The Motorola Xoom is Google’s flagship Honeycomb (Android 3.0) device and will ship with the pure Google experience – stock Honeycomb with no fancy overlay, UI or Blur from Motorola. The tablet packs a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, a 10.1″ display, dual cameras, and a touted battery life of 10 hours. Could this be the challenger to the throne that the iPad has been patiently waiting for? Well, you’re going to have to wait for reviews to find out, or you can pick one up for yourself. The Motorola Xoom will cost $599 with a 2 year contract on Verizon and is available now.
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