The Xoom's spec sheet is enough to make any tablet tremble, but the price is high and Google still has some work to do before its tablet software experience is as fleshed out and intuitive as Apple's.
The company has reportedly signed a confidential deal with Xoom Corp. that will lead to Motorola ceasing to use the "Xoom" brand for tablets.
With Google's next generation of Android, Motorola's knack for great hardware, and Verizon's promise of 4G network compatibility, the Xoom tablet offers a more powerful, more capable alternative to Apple's iPad.
At CES 2010, Brian Tong shows us Motorola's sleek new tablet, the Motorola Xoom.
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.
Months after an Android 4.0 update was made available to its Wi-Fi counterpart, Verizon's Motorola Xoom gets a scoop of Ice Cream Sandwich too.