The Motorola Xyboard tablets have landed at the office: there is a 10.1″ version, and a 8.2″ one. Both share a similar “design language”, but the usage model can be slightly different because of their size. For these new tablets, Motorola has used quality materials, and a “tough” design that makes both tablets look solid, and almost rugged (almost). We bet that Motorola wanted to differentiate itself by going after one of the main criticism that other Android tablets, namely the Galaxy Tab series, receive often: they feel a bit “plastic”. Motorola takes the opposite route and even shows metallic screws in the back.
From the placement of the volume and Power buttons, we guess that the Xyboard 8.2 has been thought as a “portrait” device, while its 10.1″ counterpart is more of a “landscape” tablet. We are already working on the complete reviews, but in the meantime, you can go check the photo galleries that show both Motorola Xyboard tablets in more details. If you need a refresher, check out our Motorola Xoom review.
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