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About this product
- Product InformationThe Black Motorola XOOM MZ604 with an integrated memory capacity of 32GB makes it convenient to store apps, data and downloaded content. It runs on Android operating system that lends a user-friendly interface and varied features. This Motorola tablet comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, ideal for multitaskers. The 10.1-inch display of this 1.56 lb. phone offers a clear view of images, videos and easy navigation.
- CarrierNot Applicable
- Product LineXOOM
- Display Size10.1in (25.65 cm)
- Storage Capacity32GB
- Operating SystemAndroid
- Internet ConnectivityWi-Fi
- Exterior ColorBlack
- Processor ManufacturernVidia
- Processor TypeDual Core
- Processor Speed1GHz
Display and Screen
- Display TechWXGA
- Resolution1280 x 800
- Rear Camera Resolution5 megapixel
- Front Camera Resolution2 megapixel
- RAM TechnologyDDR2 SDRAM
- Installed RAM1GB
Connections and Expandability
- Networking TypeIntegrated Wireless LAN
- ExpandabilitySD Card Slot,micro SD Slot
- Expansion Ports1 x USB 2.0,HDMI,USB 2.0,USB 2.1
- PC InterfaceBluetooth,Micro-USB
- Wireless capabilitiesBluetooth,WLAN 802.11a,WLAN 802.11b,WLAN 802.11g,WLAN 802.11n
- Audio InputMicrophone
- Audio OutputHeadphones,Line Out,Sound Card,Speaker(s)
- Height24.91 cm (9.8")
- Width24.91 cm (9.08")
- Depth1.29 cm (0.51")
- Weight0.71 Kg (1.56 lb.)
- Battery TechnologyLithium ion
Additional Technical Informations
- Input MethodTouch-Screen
- Storage Controller TypeSerial ATA
- Special FeaturesBluetooth,Email,GPS
Most relevant reviews
- xenafanokApr 04, 2013by
Most affordable and best quality/features at £130 second hand
Previously used the Fantastic, although smaller Blackberry Playbook,which many complain about not catering for many "Apps", well i personally couldn't care for cluttering up my tablet with any apps, the playbook works as is without any additional stuff except a decent Pdf reader which is "Repligo", and you can find out how to install this online as i did.
But back to the xoom. I decided to get a bigger tab as i had been abroad a couple of times recently and thought a bigger screen for watching movies in hotel/flight would just be perfect. I had not previously considered anything other than a 7" tab as my main use is for travelling on buses reading books whilst listening to music and thought anything bigger than 7" was just too much for the purpose. But i now use the xoom for travelling local and although you can't stick it in your pocket like a 7", i usually have a shopping bag anyway and i do like the bigger screen,which brings me to the first drawback of the xoom, which is that it has an active menu bar when watching videos, so it reduces your screen size which i do not like at all, i didn't get a bigger screen to have a portion of it unavailable and if i'd known this i'd not have went for it, but there simply isnt any one tablet available yet at a reasonable price (second hand) that has all the features you would want. The best i have found is the rather expensive asus 700 infinity which i will no doubt acquire down the line second hand.
Next problem with xoom is the sound, great with phones but very basic and low output without, there is of course a remedy in the form of an app "volume+" which i bought and this increases your output to more appropriate level, although just not in same class as playbook.
one more niggle is finding anything downloaded, specifically PDF's, for which i had to buy astro file manager, without it or similar, you simply can't detect where they are stored.
So, what i've found is that xoom NEEDS apps to function at it's best, which in my opinion should never be the case, i wish they would make a 10" playbook.
anyway you can get them nearly new on ebay for £130 which is very good and even with the niggles, there simply isn't currently anything else with the features and quality at that price available, end of story.Read full review
- 1967bhoywonderMay 03, 2012by
Not a bad unit at all but be sure it meets your particular requirements
I couldn't see the point in tablets, never thought I'd have a use for one that couldn't be covered by either of my existing computer options. However, I did find a potential application and thus started my journey through the bewildering array of tablets on offer. I was soon able to weed out those which just wouldn't be suitable but that still left a few candidates for the 'ideal' model or me. At almost half the original price, 32gb of onboard storage, the ability to expand through the micro SD slot by another 32gb and the inclusion of USB port this seemed to be the one and those with more knowledge pointed me this way. I have to say it is a nice unit, nice big responsive screen, great battery life and loads of connectivity options. However, the key criteria I required - which I was advised this could do - is only met by 'rooting' the device which I was loathe to do. The main thing I wanted of it was the facility to read memory cards from my cameras and USB flash drives. With the camera connection kit it will transfer images directly from the camera but that does mean tying the camera up whilst it downloads. Without rooting, it won't read external drives or accept memory cards in readers so it won't meet what are my very specific requirements and that's why I've only given it 4/5 for features. I ended up paying more money to buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab which despite lacking the variety of connectivity options the Xoom has on offer, does meet what I readily admit are very demanding requirements. In all other respects, the two are almost indistinguishable. The Samsung is thinner and lighter which some might prefer but I have to say I preferred the relative 'chunkiness' of the Xoom. If you're looking for something to browse the web, pick up emails, maybe read an ebook or compose a letter on the move this is a fantastic bit of kit to do just that. Now I have one tablet, I can see possibilities that would involve more than one unit and I'd have no problem supplementing the Samsung with two or three of these.Read full review
- andygumpsSep 02, 2012by
Great unit, worth the money, if you get it aBay
As a PC person and not too interested in Mac's, I was checking details on various tablets. Eventually, I focused on the Motorola Xoom. I was very sceptical on the claims made about this unit. However, various YouTube videos and C-Net put forward a healthy arguments in a favourable way.
I emailed my son, very much a Mac person . . he uses them in his working environment. He too was a bit wary on the claims.
Looking on eBay I found one which suited me, so I went for it and got it.
2 days later I had my hands on this beast, and what a beast. This, in my opinion lives up to and beyond my expectations. I got my son to bring one of his Mac tablets [yes ONE of them]. Comparing them for size weight and overall performance, he was very impressed. So much so, he is visiting China soon and said he will be looking for a couple for his children to use and leave him with his Mac tablets. The cameras back and front, the micro SD card slot [up to 32 GB] can double the memory. An abundance of FREE apps covering almost every interest is great and a added bonus.
I'm taking this with me to France on holiday to use while we're out and about, without the burden of carrying my laptop which will be back at the Gite.
My 3 yr old grandson, still looks on it as my iPad . . but, he'll learn.
What else can I say, except . . . go for it!Read full review
- rcmlandtlAug 10, 2012by
Best used tablet for under £200
Bought the Xoom for my business to develop android apps. Best tablet out there in terms of specifications for less than the £200 paid on ebay, especially when you compare to the newer cheap tablets coming into the market place at the same price. I also have an IPAD 2 which I prefer as it has a great user interface but unfortunately not as flexible if you want to develop applications outside of the Apple App store, so the Xoom is perfect for my purposes. All I need to do now is upgrade the software to Ice Cream Sandwich, but looking looking at comments on line from other Xoom owners who have done the same, its not just a case of accepting the new software update and downloading it, but a lot more complicated, so still looking for info to do this.
- lpagrossJul 19, 2011by
I have had my Xoom for almost 2 months now. at the moment tablets are quite fashionable to tech savvy people. I love it. I find it extremely easy to use. This is my first Android device and I am pleased that the OS is up to the job, more so than Windows OS in a tablet environment.
There was a lot of negative press regarding apps available in Android Market. However, my experience has been good and positive. Developers are clearly working hard and fast to meet the demands of the Android OS. So far I have enjoyed the majority of apps that I have installed. At the moment there is not really a powerful enough office suite available for the Honeycomb OS. Though, there are one or two in development. I would say that as far as apps go, this is the only thing that I can see missing from the Android OS experience.
The battery life on the device is pretty accurate regarding what the blurb says which is 10 hours. I don't watch movies on mine, so couldn't tell how the battery performed after a movie or two. Also I do not listen to music on my Xoom, so ditto regarding the battery.
I do however, read, write and play plenty on it. I love reading ebooks an this is one of the reasons that I bought the Xoom. The freedom that the ereader apps give you from the Android Market is amazing. The levels of customisation available for reading is perfect for me.
I love writing on my Xoom and find that useful cloud storage apps integrate well on the Xoom. I only have the WIFI only Xoom and was grateful not to tie into a mobile broadband contract. However, if you have a Android phone you may be able to tether your data connection to the Xoom. I have a windows mobile phone so cannot do this. I have tried this with my husbands's Android phone and it works fine.
It is extremely portable and I take it everywhere. Before I purchased my Xoom I would take my Windows ultra portable laptop around with me. I loved that laptop and still do, but in a different way. The super portability of the Xoom is second to none and lighter. The screen is bright and very responsive to touch.
Well, on summing up; here are my thoughts:
If you are considering buying a tablet, look at all your options. Android OS is still in it's infancy, but is developing faster than the competition.
Think about what you will be using it for. If you do a lot of typing you may think that the onscreen keyboard problematic. I love it and I have downloaded other keyboards for different writing tasks.
Price - You should consider how much you are willing to pay for your bit of tech. Shop around and check out ebay.
Read as many reviews as you can. Compare items in the market. Find out if manufacturers are planning a major release in the near future. Also if the OS you are planning to buy has a major update on the way.
I hope this helps those of you that may still be undecided.
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