Xoom Owners, Check out the New Keyboard Folio

I can almost hear all of you readers that are lucky enough to own a Xoom breathing the word “Niiiiiiiiiiice” right now, and I would have to agree.  Pictured to the left is the newly released “Keyboard Folio” for the Motorola Xoom tablet.  It adds keyboard functionality and protection to the Honeycomb based tablet, making it that much more awesome.  This unit does not come cheap however, $85.00 for a keyboard and sleeve is a bit high.  But hey, you already spent a ton on the Xoom itself.  Happy typing!

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11 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    June 08, 18:50 Reply

    Samsung needs to come up with a similar folio for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 :)

  2. Firelight
    June 08, 19:51 Reply

    If I wanted a Netbook I’d get one… and it’ll be a Chromebook when I do.

  3. Anonymous
    June 08, 20:18 Reply

    I have a Acer Iconia tablet. The only time I use my mini Bluetooth keyboard is when I travel because it allows me to leave my 5lb laptop at home.

    This thing just looks like an under-powered, over-priced netbook.

  4. Anonymous
    June 08, 20:18 Reply

    I have a Acer Iconia tablet. The only time I use my mini Bluetooth keyboard is when I travel because it allows me to leave my 5lb laptop at home.

    This thing just looks like an under-powered, over-priced netbook.

  5. Topshooter
    June 08, 23:15 Reply

    looks like band aide junk to me; you need to sell that hodge podge collection of misfit parts and get yourselves an Asus Eee Pad Transformer.

  6. Anonymous
    June 10, 21:52 Reply

    I just posted my full review of this case for anyone that’s interested. http://goo.gl/v3uNR

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