Motorola XOOMMotorola XOOM is the first Honeycomb tablet coming on the market and was announced in January 5 at CES 2011. This little wonder took the full spotlight on itself with the key phrase, ‘the first tablet that run an OS which is optimized for the tablets’. Honeycomb is the 3.0 version of Android and Motorola takes the first place in releasing a Honeycomb tablet.

Can we call it a iPad killer? We can’t tell that now as popularity is not only dependent on features and processing powers. But when talking about comparing head to head, it of course is a killer and it kills the iPad mercilessly.

It comes with a 10.1 HD display with 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio, the biggest display available in that smaller form factor. It is powered by a dual core processor which provides 1GHz processing power at each core and is supported by 1GB of RAM enough to run anything a tablet should be able to do it very smoothly.

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