Motorola Xoom has not yet arrived in the markets, and the Web is already abuzz with a leaked video of its upcoming variants.
Trials of Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb running on Motorola’s Xoom tablet were carried out by tech journalists and enthusiasts at the recently concluded Google party at the company’s headquarters in California.
The tablet fever is not over yet. Like every other company, Hannspree also had a few tablets to show off at the CES 2011. The company unveiled new 7- and 10-inch models.
Motorola Xoom, the first tablet running on Android 3.0 Honeycomb, will cost about GBP 660 or $1,030 in UK.
Motorola Mobility has announced that a Wi-Fi only version of Motorola’s Xoom Honeycomb tablet will be available in April, perhaps starting in Latin America; while Xoom 3G will be released in May.
Google Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb requires a dual core ARM Cortex 9 processor chipset to operate, such as Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chipset, according to Bobby Cha, director of Korean consumer electronics company Enspert.
Stream TV Networks plans to unveil an array of eLocity A Series mobile tablets at the Consumer Electronic Show 2011 at Las Vegas this week.