Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Did You Get a WiFi-Only Motorola XOOM?


The Motorola XOOM has been out for over a month on Verizon, but many of you vowed not to buy a tablet on contract and vowed not to pay $800 for it off-contract. The 3G-less version of the device is now out, though, and can be had from several major retailers for $600. So did you end up grabbing one or have different offerings from Motorola’s competitors compelled you to wait?
If you did buy it, what accessories did you pick up with it? What are some of the first Honeycomb apps you’ll be checking out? One great thing about the Wi-Fi’s delayed launch is that a community has already come together for this exciting piece of hardware. There are hundreds of threads and thousands of posts dedicated to the tablet. Here are just a few of them that you’ll want to take a look at:
  • Let folks know you’ve picked up your XOOM here.
  • Proceed to the accessories section for some suggestions on a good case or two to pick up for your new tablet.
  • If there’s something you need help with, chances are you’ll find an answer in the support sub-section for the Motorola XOOM section.
As always, be sure to let us know how you’re liking the XOOM. We’re always eager to hear users’ opinions on new devices. Happy XOOMing/Tableting/Honeycombing/Whatevering! [Note:Picture is of Verizon's Motorola XOOM.]

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