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Droid Xyboard tablets side by side

The 10-inch (right) and 8-inch versions of the Droid Xyboard tablets are slated to hit the market this month.

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The new Xoom

The Droid Xyboard 10-inch tablet is the official successor to the Xoom. In other countries, it is called the Xoom 2.

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The Xyboard's back

The Xyboard shares many of its design cues from the recently released Droid Razr smartphone.

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A thinner profile

The Xyboard is thinner than its predecessor.

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Keyboard an option

The Xyboard can be attached to a wireless keyboard and cover, providing a more laptop-like experience.

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The smaller Xyboard

The more compact 8-inch Xyboard.

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Thin is in

Like the 10-inch version, the 8-inch Xyboard has a thinner profile than past Motorola tablets.

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Xyboard dock

Like the 10-inch Xyboard, the 8-inch version has its own share of accessories, including a dock that allows it to rest like a portrait.

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The next Droid

The Motorola Droid 4 is essentially the Droid 3, but with an LTE connection.

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The Droid 4's keyboard

Like the other past Droids, the Droid 4 comes with a slide-down keyboard.

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