Android: The next generation

CES 2011: Leaders in the new Android generation

Motorola Xoom



The Android 3.0-based tablet is very much like an iPad, with similar size, weight, screen dimensions, and support for Bluetooth headsets and keyboards. It boasts dual processors, as well as a MicroUSB port, SD card slot, front and rear cameras, and support for Adobe Flash Player — none of which you'll find on the current iPad. Corporate sync capabilities are also promised, though undefined.

Other 10-inch Android 3.0 tablets expected with similar capabilities are LG's G-Slate (for T-Mobile) and Dell's Streak 10 (officially just a lab project), though both companies gave no real details on the two products.
Developer: Motorola Mobility
U.S. network: Verizon Wireless
Price: Unknown
Release date: Unknown

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