Tuesday, January 11, 2011

CNET names Nvidias Tegra 2 powered Motorola Xoom tablet "Best of CES 2011"

"Motorola today revealed its new Android-based Xoom tablet, which the company hopes will dethrone Apple's iPad in this fast-growing market segment.

The Xoom betters the iPad in some ways--it comes standard with front- and rear-facing cameras, including one that can record in HD, compared with none in the current version of the iPad. It also boasts a larger screen with a higher resolution, supports Adobe Flash, and uses Verizon's network instead of AT&T's. 
It will become the first device to run the latest version of Google's Android operating system, known as Honeycomb. The operating system supports multitasking and has been designed explicitly for tablets." - CNET

In addition to that, the tablet also features Nvidias 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor which gives the tablet the ability to encode full 1080p video, power two displays and offer better overall graphics, while using less power than its predecessor. The tablet also hosts 1GB of DDR2 memory and 32GB of flash storage.

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via CNET

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