Best tablet brands Motorola Xoom tablets
About Motorola Xoom tablets
The Motorola Xoom was the first tablet to launch with the Android 3 operating system. With a neat design, a dual-core processor and 1GB of Ram, the Xoom was a tempting alternative to the Apple iPad.
In 2012, the Xoom 2 range was launched, consisting of the 10.1-inch Xoom 2, and the smaller 8.2-inch Media Edition.
Motorola Xoom tablets are priced considerably lower than the entry-level Apple iPad, but are they a bargain?
Read our Motorola Xoom reviews to find out how we rate the Motorola tablets against other tablets.
Motorola Xoom tablets - the Which? verdict
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Motorola Xoom tablet model guide
The Xoom 2 10.1-inch version is thinner and lighter than the original Xoom, a model that felt rather bulky next to its svelte competitors.
The Media Edition is smaller and lighter still, weighing less than 400g. For many, the 8.2-inch size is a good compromise between 10-inch tablets, which can be too large to hold comfortably, and 7-inch tablets, which can seem a bit small for watching video or browsing the web.
The Motorola Xoom 2 comes in 16GB and 32GB versions, while the Xoom 2 Media Edition is available with 16GB only.
Both Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 Media Edition feature MotoCast. This is an over-the-air service that allows you to access files stored on your main computer, even if you're away from home.