Motorola: Xoom Tablet “PC-Like Performance”

Monday, February 21, 2011
By OP Editor

Will the Motorola’s iPad knockoff be “PC Fast”? iPhone jailbreaker chpwn knows better.

Motorola Xoom PC-like Performance vs. iPad chpwn

Motorola Xoom, PC-Like Performance

@chpwn:

“Motorola Xoom. PC-like performance.” I’m sorry Motorola, but with current crapware levels, your ad is just saying how slow your tablet is.

Motorola Xoom, PC-Like Battery Life

What do you think? By the way, the Motorola website does not list Xoom battery life, so maybe it has PC-like short battery life too? Why aren’t Android makers more open about their device battery life? Where’s the faux outrage?

Apple iPad vs. Xoom Android Honeycomb Tablet

It appears that after a year Google’s Dilbert committee has finished making a knockoff of the 2010 January Apple iPad tablet. The 2011 February Android Honeycomb Motorola Xoom tablet is expected on February 24.

The Motorola Xoom iPad knockoff is $800 and requires its user to sign up and pay for data plan just to get wifi access. $800 for an iPad knockoff? That’s like paying more for one of these fake iPhone 4. In contrast, the real Apple iPad starts at $499, and is being adopted / piloted by over 80% fortune 100 companies. iPad 2, expected in April, will leapfrog the honeycomb wanna-bee tablet soon.

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