The Apple iPad’s huge success opened up a new market for the tablet PC’s, The other big guys out there couldn’t hold-on, they had to get into the market with something to beat the iPad. And guess what, Motorola came up with “Motorola DROID XOOM”, an Android 3.0 Honeycomb powered device, which is rumored to have An NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 2MP front camera, 5MP back camera, gyroscope, 32GB built-in storage plus an SD card slot and ofcourse Android! (Thats really good specs!), and a USB slot to allow for a 4G LTE modem, because, it won’t have a 4G LTE radio built into it. And let’s have a look at the actual device:
Reports of HTC making a tablet have been circling a lot recently. DigiTimes reported that a Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Pegatron Technology had taken orders from HTC to manufacture an Android-based tablet due in first quarter of 2011. The report spilled out specification, citing that the tablet’s display would sport a resolution of 1280×780 and will be powered by a Tegra 2 dual-core microchip. 32GB memory card, 2GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. It was reported that it would be priced at around $750, and again Android!
Which device would you prefer, the successor of Apple iPad, or android powered devices like the XOOM and scribe?