We saw the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 unveiled when we were at MWC in Barcelona in February. We saw it again at CTIA in March where Elijah Ketchum, Thedroidboy, did a quick overview. Here at Appnation Samsung was in full force and we got to touch it ourselves and get a little more hands on.
We saw the debut of the first Motorola Xoom on Verizon, since then we have seen the WiFi only version show up at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and Staples. However, that’s not all Sprint is also said to be recieving the Xoom, along with the newest addition AT&T. Motorola’s Xoom sure is making the rounds.
We already know that Sprint will be getting their own version of the Motorola Xoom, but we still have yet to know when it will be launched. Sprint’s version is said to be Wi-Fi only with WIMAX coming at some point in the future.
It looks like Sprint will be the next carrier to receive Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet, the Xoom. Sprint’s version of the Moto Xoom will support their WIMAX network. Verizon was the only carrier of the Xoom since its release, that was in till the Wi-Fi only version was released a couple of weeks ago. Now thanks
A month ago, Motorola announced their Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi for $599, which was assumed to be an attempt to compete with other tablet makers. Well, now it seems Moto has another Xoom tablet up their sleeve according to a leak document obtained by DroidLife.
Yesterday Motorola Mobility made big news when Pacific Crest Analyst James Faucette downgraded their sales estimates for 2011 and 2012 by over $1 billion dollars in each year. Faucette had cited bad sellthrough on both the Motorola Xoom tablet on Verizon and the Motorola Atrix 4G on AT&T. A Deutsche Bank Analyst had fueled the
Pacific Crest Analyst, James Faucette, has slashed his revenue estimate for Motorola by over $1 Billion dollars for this year and is decreasing expectations for Motorola going into 2012. He has based this decision on bad sales for two of Motorola’s key franchise products, the Motorola Xoom and Motorola Atrix. We reported earlier in the
The Motorola Xoom is the first Android tablet to feature Android 3.0, “Honeycomb”, which is a version of Android designed specifically for tablets. It launched at the end of February here in the states much softer than some might expect. Although in some circles the Motorola Xoom is considered the first Android Tablet, Samsung Mobile’s
No this isn’t an Aprils Fools joke but something real. Earlier today while messing with the Xoom to see what it can do I decided to play around with some remote desktop clients seeing how big the Xoom was. I then got it into my head why not try NetFlix so I did and it worked. As
For all you Cellular South subscribers we have great news regarding the Motorola Xoom. It has been confirmed that the Xoom will be landing on Cellular South in the future for $599.99 with a free Novatel Mi-Fi hotspot. This will be a Wi-Fi only Xoom, so bundling is necessary. Right now, we do not have a release
The NVIDIA Tegra 2 packed follow up to the Dell Streak, the Dell Streak 7 is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com Of course we are talking about the Wi-Fi only version. This means it won’t come with T-Mobile 4G connectivity but the rest of the specs are the same. What’s even more noteworthy is
Motorola Mobility announced this morning that the Motorola Xoom, wi-fi only version will be available starting March 27th. The Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi edition will be available at Best Buy, Costco, Radio Shack, select Sams Club stores, Staples and Walmart. The 10.1″ widescreen tablet carries a manufacturers suggested retail price (MSRP) of $599 but we’ve seen
Droid-Life is reporting that we will see the 7″ (Don’t call me OG yet) Samsung Galaxy Tab on April 4th for the price of $399. We love our original Samsung Galaxy Tab, the size is perfect, the design and operation are fluid. There are a lot of new Honeycomb tablets on the horizon including one
The iPad 2 comes out later today and the lines have probably already started to form. The iPad 2 with it’s dual core Samsung processor, garage band and special cover are sure to make a big splash. Well on the eve of the latest chapter of the iSaga, Samsung has unveiled a new advertisement for