So after a long tablet-deprived wait I finally got my hands on a WiFi-Only Motorola Xoom. In exchange for $600 bucks the Wifi Xoom is basically identical to its Verizon 3G/4G enabled counterpart. The Xoom has a 1Ghz dual core Tegra 2 processor, front and back cameras (5MP shooter on back with a front facing cam for video chat), Android 3.0 Honeycomb (Google's newest version of Android optimized for tablets) and a 10.1" Display.
I immediately fell in love with the Xoom, but after a few days that all changed because of glitches and bugs. I really liked having an Android tablet and would strongly recommended checking out the Xoom, but I returned mine. There are just too many other Android Tablets on the horizon. HTC, LG, Samsung, Asus, and Acer all have some pretty competitive tablets coming in the next few months; not to mention tablets from HP (Palm) and Blackberry. The Xoom's quirks and bugs will be resolved in the coming weeks undoubtedly, but the Xoom is only the tip of the Tablet-iceberg. Many more options are coming and I will be holding out to explore them. More competition means more variety in features and hopefully more competitive pricing. So the big question for those looking for and Android tablet is Xoom or Wait?
Check out my video review of the Xoom below. Let me know what you think
Some of the upcoming Tablets that I am waiting to see:
HTC Evo View 4G/HTC Flyer
Asus Eee Pad Transformer
Asus Eee Pad Slider