You'll notice all the finger prints because this is a 10" touchscreen tablet. So far i've managed to add another alarm (i've no idea what the first alarm is for) and link my facebook, twitter, and dropbox apps. The nice thing is reading PDF files (lol, sounds like Micheal Jackson) because embedded pictures in PDF's show up in a glorious 1280x800 resolution. Reading text is nice too, because with a flick of two fingers you can zoom in or zoom out.
The keyboard was, well, key for me. i'm giving up my mouse (it does have a USB port) but i'm not above spending $60 to make text entries to my favorite apps easier. The keyboard is Bluetooth© enabled, and easy to pair with the tablet. Wifi is also easy, and my particular Xoom came with a data plan from Ve®izon, affording me 3Gs connectivity when i'm away from my access point ( upgradeable to 4Gs LTE when available).
- Data plan from my current provider
- 720p, Flash enabled video playback
- Android Honeycomb OS (and, can be a mobile hotspot for my Android 2.2 phone)
- Portable, expandable, workable information gathering/sharing device
- 1 - Hated it
- 2 - Didn't like it
- 3 - Liked it
- 4 - Really liked it
- 5 - Loved it
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