Excerpt: My WiFi-only Motorola Xoom arrived last Tuesday, two days before my belated iPad 2, so I’ve been testing it extensively over the past week and thought I’d put together a thorough video review of the Xoom in action. So far I’ve been very impressed with the Motorola Xoom.
Excerpt: Now that the Motorola XOOM has officially been released and has started selling from stores like Verizon, Amazon, and Best Buy, a number of tech sites are starting to post in-depth reviews and videos of the Xoom in action.
Excerpt: Well, it’s finally finished. Here’s the link to the full Motorola Xoom review. The review includes over 30 pictures and screenshots, a 25 minute video review, and covers all the main features of the Honeycomb-equipped Android tablet, with a special focus on electronic reading.
Excerpt: It’s time for another comparison review, this one between the ASUS Transformer and the Motorola XOOM, two of the best Android Honeycomb tablets on the current market. Given the similar specs and same operating system, these two tablets are more alike than they are different.
Conclusion: The Motorola Xoom is a solid product, but it is difficult to recommend it over similar Honeycomb tablets. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a lot lighter and the Eee Pad Transformer has that optional keyboard dock, for instance.
Conclusion: This is one sweet piece of hardware and we give you the low down, as only Good e-Reader can. If you want to check out our full written review of the Xoom, that gives you the entire hardware specs and everything else, click HERE .