Motorola is known for manufacturing powerful handsets such as the Defy and the Atrix. However, when it comes to tablet PCs, did you know that they created one of the most powerful tablets? Now, you can now enjoy a powerful tablet in the Motorola Xoom.
The Xoom is not like the tablet PCs you have been used to. Some tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab come with 1 GHz processors that are powerful, but sometimes fail to meet our demands when it comes to multitasking. The Xoom is different. It comes with a 1 GHz dual-core processor that boosts the device’s performance twofold. Another similar device with this much processing speed is the Blackberry Playbook. You are sure to enjoy blinding processing speed when it comes to running apps, OS applications, browsing, multimedia, games, and so much more.
Not only does this device come with sheer power; it also comes with the latest Android OS specifically designed for tablet PCs. This is the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS. There are a number of upgrades you are sure to enjoy with the Honeycomb OS. One of these upgrades is a dedicated Gmail widget. One touch and you are directly logged on to the popular electronic mail service. Another innovation is maps that come with pop-up menus for showing locations. Yet another is better compatibility for GTalk. It is best suited for devices with one camera facing on the front and one on the back. If you love Google’s Chrome browser, the Motorola Xoom comes with exactly this. Feel free to enjoy more from tabbed browsing, bookmarks, and an incognito mode. When it comes to typing, the tablet comes with a virtual keyboard that will make typing easier and faster. It is also possible to make use of a physical keyboard.
Since the tablet runs on an Android operating system, you are sure to enjoy more from web fidelity. HTML 5 and Flash is integrated into the browser. This means that you will have access to millions of websites found across the World Wide Web. Videos stream seamlessly and graphics load instantly. You are sure to enjoy the powerful features of the Motorola Xoom.