First Hands On The Motorola Xoom Android Honeycomb Tablet PC

Gadget Herald: Motorola Xoom was unveiled at the CES 2011, and this is the first tablet PC by Motorola that is running on the Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. After the media personnel took the first look at this little bombshell, they realised it was running on the early version of Android Honeycomb operating system.

The device was kept at the Motorola stand, and after having a peep into this device, it was known that there wasnt much the device had to offer because it was working on the earliest version of the Honeycomb OS. Well at least at the CES, Google and Motorola has no intention to leak out any features before their official launch.

The Motorola Xoom will successfully run all the Google applications available in the market, and this will also help enhance the feature of this device. It also has a unique application switcher that helps that user to switch between apps.

Source: Engadget

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