Carphone Warehouse: Wi-Fi Xoom 2 to run €399 when it debuts

Carphone Warehouse: Wi-Fi Xoom 2 to run €399 when it debuts

We’re fast approaching the time when the successor to the Honeycomb-powered Xoom is announced and we see whether or not Motorola can get it right the second time out.  As details and specs leak online, we’re getting a pretty clear picture as to what to expect for the next-generation tablet.  One feature that will largely factor into the success or failure of Motorola’s next effort will be its price point.  Will Verizon tag it with a high cost because of its 4G LTE connectivity or the carrier be a tad more reasonable?

We’ll have to wait for more official stuff out of Motorola and/or Verizon but it looks like we might know what the Wi-Fi model will cost.  According to a Carphone Warehouse ad that landed online, the 8.2-inch Wi-Fi Xoom 2 should run €399.90 (roughly $545) with 16GB of storage.

Via: Engadget


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  1. Anonymous
    November 01, 12:47 Reply

    Who cares? Motorola Xoom update support (especially in UK) is rubbish. I’m so glad I didn’t purchase it. I’ll only buy devices from manufacturers that support their products properly (e.g. Asus).

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