Eager to get your hands on? We've got good news and bad news. The good: it's coming to Europe, including the UK. The bad: you'll have to wait a little bit longer, as it's due to launch on this side of the Atlantic in the second quarter of the year.
Still, that means Xoom should touch down here by the summer, ready to take on, and , among other second-generation tablets that are coming out this year.
Motorola says it will be bringing both the 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi-only versions of Xoom across from the States, although it hasn't confirmed which mobile operators will be selling the 3G-capable one yet. The device is Motorola's first tablet, but it's already been warmly embraced by Google, whichrecently at a press event in the US.
A quick reminder of the Xoom's key specs: 1GHz dual-core processor, 10.1-inch display with 1,280x800-pixel resolution, HDMI out, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front camera, and built-in gyroscope, barometer, compass and accelerometer.
The device runs Flash Player 10.1, will come preloaded with all of Google's Honeycomb-powered Android apps -- including Google Maps 5.0 -- and has a claimed battery life of 10 hours for video playback.
The Motorola Xoom wasin January this year. The device is , which is around £500 in the Queen's sterling. Motorola has given no details of likely prices for the UK launch later this spring, though.