The products will serve as the showcase devices for the latest version of Android, Lollipop, until now nicknamed Android "L."
The company has reportedly signed a confidential deal with Xoom Corp. that will lead to Motorola ceasing to use the "Xoom" brand for tablets.
Also on tap: a dirt-cheap 32GB flash drive, a Wi-Fi range extender, and a cool wall-plug surge protector with USB ports.
Known stateside as the Motorola Droid Xyboard, this feature-packed tablet is available in your choice of size: 8.2 or 10.1.
The Motorola Xyboard experience just got a whole lot better with an Android 3.2.2 update. Perhaps Motorola shouldn't have released the Xyboard at all prior to 3.2.2.
It's refurbished, but a comparable iPad would cost you $679. So, yeah, you could literally buy three of these for the same price.
The Xoom may be showing some signs of age, but it has every feature under the sun -- including a shiny new Android 4.0 update.
The Motorola Xyboard tablet from Verizon isn't perfect, but it has some serious upsides--and a few that this author finds really like.
A German court has ruled that the Motorola Xoom tablet does not copy Apple's iPad.
It's sort of a hollow victory for Motorola, as the Xoom never really made an impact on the market.