Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi Now $499

A few months after launching their first Honeycomb tablets, Motorola has dropped the price down to a more reasonable figure. For all the awesome hardware and Android 3.1 greatness inside, there has been one problem plaguing the XOOM – it’s too expensive. Perhaps in an effort to fend off the ASUS EeePad Transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Moto has shaved a cool hundred off the Wi-Fi edition of the tablet.
It will be interesting to see if the contracted prices get dropped a bit as well. Maybe this is part of a sweeping price change ahead of a new model? If you are on the fence about buying a XOOM for yourself, then be sure to read our review.

So folks, tell us are you finally getting XOOM Wi-Fi or happy with your ASUS or Samsung tablet? Or are you just not planning on getting tablet at all?

Source: Motorola (Twitter)

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8 Comments

  1. Jetman36
    July 07, 04:23 Reply

    i love my acer iconia a500 with 3.1 on it. i use it everyday. $450 well spent i think.

  2. UbuntuMan
    July 07, 15:52 Reply

    The price of the Xoom should have started from the beginning at $499.

  3. Anonymous
    July 07, 16:38 Reply

    16gb more than the tab, and with sd card…might be worth it for the slightly bigger form.

  4. Anonymous
    July 07, 16:38 Reply

    16gb more than the tab, and with sd card…might be worth it for the slightly bigger form.

  5. Jamie Carl
    July 08, 00:45 Reply

    I already have a Notion Ink Adam that I don’t use, so I will probably not be buying one.  Which is a bit of a shame because I feel like I really want one. :(

  6. Kevindismore
    August 03, 02:46 Reply

    I own a Xoom, I bought it I think to early without realizing the sd card did not work. So from April to August with a product that was only 50% of its potential available. This is why figures are poor, who wants a product that doesn’t work properly. But with that said I’m still happy with it and I use it all the time, and the 3.1 updte coming ( fingers crossed ) next week it feels like 6 months after purchase I am finally getting what I payed for. Inshalla

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