Motorola Xoom 2 review
The original Xoom didn’t quite deliver on the promise of an Android tablet capable of competing with the iPad, but has Motorola got it right second time around with the retooled Xoom 2? Kevin Pocock puts it through its paces.
Motorola unveiled its Xoom tablet back at CES 2011, but although it showed promise, we weren't overly impressed by the ungainly hardware and felt that Android 3 was a little lacking when compared to iOS on the iPad 2.
A firm grip is also helped by the rubbery strip that rubs around the edge and back of the Xoom 2, and the anodised aluminium rear feels solid enough should the tablet slip out of the hand.
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